AT&T offering $100 bill credit with 2 year service agreement on Nexus 7

AT&T offering $100 bill credit with 2 year service agreement on Nexus 7

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AT&T is offering a $100 bill credit for anyone who picks up the Nexus 7 tablet and pairs it with one the carrier’s data plans. The deal runs through February 14, 2013 and requires a two year service agreement on either a standalone postpaid plan or add-on to Mobile Share plans. When all is said and done, customers will end up with a 32GB version of the Android tablet with HSPA+ connectivity for only $199.99. Head to the Google Play Store for more details.

The small print:

Special offer expires 2/14/2013 or while promotional supplies last. Requires new 2-yr wireless agreement with data (min $14.99/mo.) plan or Mobile Share plan. Subject to AT&T Wireless Customer Agreement. Discount has no cash value and cannot be redeemed for cash. Promotion may not be available from independent retailers. Other charges, terms and conditions apply. Activate on-device, visit an AT&T store or call 1-800-908-9859 to take advantage of this offer.

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