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AT&T improves Next 24 plan with more ways to save

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At the AT&T Consumer Industry Analyst Conference, AT&T announced some good changes to the AT&T Next 24 plan. With bill credits for new customers, discounts on a smartphone’s monthly line access charge, plus $0 down, customers may save more money compared to what they pay today. The new plan will begin November 9.

AT&T Next is available for new, qualified AT&T customers or existing customers who are upgrade eligible. AT&T Next is available for any current smartphone on AT&T selection. The interest-free device installments range from $10 to $50 a month, depending on the device selected.

Customers who switch to AT&T and activate a new line of service with a smartphone on AT&T Next can receive a $150 bill credit. New customers must remain in good standing for 45 days to receive credit in 3 bills.

Whether they are a new customer or existing one who upgrades, customers who choose AT&T’s Mobile Share Value plans can also receive a monthly discount on the line access charge for each new smartphone. When adding an AT&T Next line to a Mobile Share Value plan, customers can save $25 per month on that smartphone line’s access charge for plans 10GB or higher or $15 per month on plans less than 10GB.
David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility shared, “AT&T Next gives customers flexible pricing options at an incredible value on a reliable network that keeps them connected.” Under the AT&T Next 24 program, customers can trade in their AT&T Next smartphone (in good condition) and upgrade to a brand new device under a qualifying offer.

If you are in the market for a new smartphone, stop by your local AT&T store or visit AT&T.com to learn more about this new plan. Check out your options. A new iPhone 6, Windows phone, or Android device may be in your future.




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