Here's How To Score A Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 for $100 Or LG G Pad 7.0 LTE For $1 Via AT&T

The wireless wars are in full swing, and while much of the initial skirmishes involved T-Mobile and Sprint going back and forth with each other, let's not forget that AT&T is right in the thick of things. Hot on the heels of announcing double the data for free on select mobile share plans, AT&T today unveiled a couple of enticing promotions that could put a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 or LG G Pad 7.0 LTE into your hands for cheap.

Here's the deal -- AT&T will sell you LG's G Pad 7.0 LTE for $0.99 (let's call it a buck, shall we?) when you buy any smartphone for $0 down with AT&T Next. The promotion starts on October 3 and is a limited time offer. It includes all Android, Windows, iOS, and BlackBerry smartphones with just a few rules -- phone must be purchased on AT&T Next with qualifying data and voice service activation ($40 fee) and G Pad must be purchased on a two-year wireless agreement with qualifying data service activation. Or you can get the G-Pad with no commitment for $249.99.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0

Prefer Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 instead? AT&T has a promotion for that slate as well. You can snag the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 for $99.99 (a Benjamin) with the purchase of any Samsung Galaxy smartphone. This one also begins on October 3 and runs until January 8, 2015, or until supplies last.

Like the other promotion, there are some qualifying rules. The Galaxy smartphone you grab requires purchase and activation on AT&T Next, a new two-year wireless agreement, and a qualified minimum monthly plan with voice and data. As for the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, it must be purchased on a two-year wireless agreement with a qualifying data service activation ($40 fee), or get it for the no-commitment price of $369.99.

In addition to these new promotions, AT&T is extending two current ones: buy any iPhone on AT&T Next and get $200 off any iPad (now runs through October 31, 2014), and get a $100 bill credit on Next plans (also runs through October 31, 2014).

See AT&T's website for additional details.

Via:  AT&T
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