AT&T offering $100 credit to Nexus 7 owners when signing up for two-year contract


For those picking up the HSPA+-enabled Nexus 7 from the Google Play Store, AT&T is extending a special offer. Signing up for a two-year contract with the carrier will grant a $100 statement credit, effectively matching the $100 subsidy AT&T offers on tablets sold through their stores when coupled with a data plan.

To take advantage of the offer, one must first purchase the Nexus 7 from Google  and then activate service by calling a provided number or visiting an AT&T store. You still have to pay $299 up front, but after all is said and done you are getting the 32GB slate for $199. You can take advantage of the deal for as low as $10 per month by adding the tablet to a Mobile Share plan.

[via AndroidPolice]

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  1. Or, another way to look at it, you’re getting 10 months of free service on a shared plan.

  2. The more articles I see about people using this as their phone, the more I consider doing the same. The Note 2 is real nice, but I never make calls.

  3. It sounds like a great deal, actually. Although, I’m with T-Mobile… happily, I might add.

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