AT&T starts offering netbooks for as low as $49.99

AT&T, the former No.1 US mobile carrier, announced it now sells 3G netbooks (mini laptops) via select shops in Atlanta and Philadelphia.

The available netbooks include the following models: Dell Inspiron Mini 9, Dell Inspiron Mini 12, Acer Aspire One and LG Xenia.

With a 2-yr contract agreement and the AT&T Internet at Home and On the Go plan (minimum $59.95 per month), the netbooks’ prices range from $49.99 to $249.99. You can also get the netbooks with a 2-yr AT&T DataConnect plan, in which case their prices range from $99.99 to $349.99.

Sans contract, the mini laptops cost between $449.99 and $599.99.

All devices are preloaded with AT&T Communication Manager, which helps you in managing their wireless connections (Wi-Fi or 3G).


(Dell Inspiron Mini 9)

AT&T also said it offers the Lenovo X200 3G laptop, for as low as $749.99 (if bought with the Internet at Home and On the Go plan).

No word yet on when AT&T will start selling netbooks in other locations except Atlanta and Philadelphia.

Via Press release

Author: Stasys Bielinis

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