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December 01, 2011

AT&T Offers Products for Shopping Season

AT&T is offering exciting lineup of handsets, emerging devices and more for holiday shoppers.

Customers have many options including the newly released 4G LTE capable Android smartphones from AT&T.

LG Nitro HD is available for $249.99 with a two-year commitment and qualifying data plan; HTC Vivid can be yours for $199.99 and Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket is offered at $249.99 with a two-year commitment and qualifying data plan.

The company is offering AT&T's Mobile Protection Pack, which allows customers to replace, support and locate their mobile devices.

Emerging devices are also attractive gifting options for customers who can choose from Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, Jawbone UP and Amazon Kindle Touch 3G.

The slim, lightweight 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 features a vivid 8.9-inch high-resolution screen and a powerful processor for fast multi-tasking. It's available for $479.99 with a two-year commitment.

AT&T claims it is the first wireless carrier to offer Jawbone UP available for $99 in multiple colors including red, black and white. Amazon Kindle Touch 3G is a lightweight, touch screen e-reader with global 3G coverage, paper-like Pearl electronic ink display and a Kindle store with over 1,000,000 books.

A range of accessories are also available from AT&T such as portable speakers, ear buds, cases, lap desks for tablets and more. More information on accessories is available at att.com/holidaygifts.

AT&T notes that all smartphone offers require AT&T voice and comes with a minimum of $15 per month data plan.

Read a related article at MobilityTechzone “AT&T Makes It Easier to Develop Cloud-Based Apps.”

Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for MobilityTechzone. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Chris DiMarco

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