Loyalty Pays Off

Jan 20, 2014

Loyalty Pays Off

Early Smartphone Upgrades Now Available for AT&T Customers

Loyalty pays with AT&T.* Available now, existing customers on 2-year service agreements** can upgrade to the hottest new smartphone for $0 down with AT&T Next. At the same time, they can move to our new Mobile Share Value plans and start realizing significant monthly rate plan savings, featuring unlimited voice and text, and the ability to add smartphone lines to a data plan for $25 more per line per month, all while enjoying the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network.***

AT&T customers on a two-year agreement as of January 18, 2014 are eligible to upgrade to AT&T NextSM six months into their contract. To check their eligibility, customers can dial *NEW# and begin to take advantage of this early upgrade opportunity in AT&T retail stores, and online at www.att.com.

Read more on the early smartphone upgrades from chief marketing officer, David Christopher, in the complete news release.

* AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

** For existing consumer and select small business customers currently on a 2-year agreement.  All customers on a 2-year agreement as of January 18, 2014 will be eligible to upgrade once they have completed their first 6 months of service. Customers who sign up for a 2-year agreement after January 19, 2014 will benefit from new, shorter upgrade timeframe of 20 months. Individual account details vary. Customers can check eligibility by dialing *NEW#.

*** Savings compares Mobile Share Value plan w/ smartphone w/ no annual contract (or on an AT&T Nextsm installment agmt) to one on a 2-yr agmt.  Additional monthly charge per additional device, AT&T Next installmentsm charges, & for additional data. Other fees & restrictions apply. Plans w/ smartphone start at $45/mo. w. 300 MB data. Subject to change.  Reliability claim based on data transfer completion rates on nationwide 4G LTE networks.  4G LTE not available everywhere.

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