AT&T announces Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

AT&T announces Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals


AT&T has officially announced its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, listing all their wireless and U-Verse promotions for the coming few days. While we’d like to have seen more cutting-edge hardware or newer models, the deals aren’t all that bad. We’ve pulled out the Android-related stuff and pasted it below, however the full list of savings can be found on their website.

Black Friday, Cyber Monday

Exclusively at, AT&T is once again ringing in the value for customers with a series of revolving online holiday promotions kicking off Friday, Nov. 23 at 12:01 a.m. ET and continuing all weekend long until the last chime on Monday, Nov. 26, while supplies last.1   Online shoppers will be able to score the best device deals of the season, whether at home or on the go, and take advantage of free shipping. Here’s what shoppers need to know:

Friday, November 23

  • Refurb Blowout Sale!  Refurbished phones starting as low as $.01

Saturday, November 24 and Sunday, November 25

  • HTC Vivid for just $.01
  • Rugby Smart only $.99

Monday, November 26

  • Popular smartphones just $.99–Pantech Renue, Motorola Atrix HD, HTC One X (gray only), Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.

Other deals

  • Smart and Seasonal Samsung Special. For a limited time, buy any Samsung Galaxy smartphone and receive up to $100 off a second connected Samsung device, including the new Windows 8-supported Samsung ATIV smart PC, available exclusively at AT&T this holiday season, and the new Samsung Galaxy Camera.
  • Pick A Tablet, Any Tablet, and Put It Under the Tree.  AT&T holiday shoppers can enjoy $100 off any tablet, regardless of carrier or operating system, purchased from an AT&T company-owned store or online at or at selected agents or retailers.

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