AT&T ends two-year contract option for tablets
AT&T has seemingly stopped offering discounted tablets with two-year service agreements, according to details obtained by Engadget. We’ve long said that carriers are silly to ask consumers to purchase tablets with the expectation that they sign a service contract. Saving a hundred bucks or so up front has never been worth the price of climbing into bed with any wireless provider. Of course, AT&T is still more than happy to hook you up with a tablet under their DataConnect and MobileShare plans.
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