AT&T is now offering the iPad Mini for $99 on a 2-year agreement

Feb 18, 2015 | Retail, Telecom & Tech

AT&T is now offering the iPad Mini for $99.99 on a 2-year wireless agreement with a new limited time promotion. Here’s what you need to do to get the promotional price:

  • Purchase a new iPhone using AT&T Next
  • Add a two-year wireless agreement for the iPad, which includes the option to add the iPad Mini to Mobile Share Value for $10 per month.
  • Add wireless service for both the iPad and iPhone (like a Mobile Share Value plan)

Adding iPad Mini to your Mobile Share Value plan is $10 per month. Mobile Share Value plans also include Rollover Data so any data you don’t use this month rolls over to the next month.

AT&T Next offers customers who choose a new smartphone for $0 down the flexibility to upgrade earlier, with no annual service contract. When you choose AT&T Next with our Mobile Share Value plans, you can take advantage of our best-ever pricing for your service plan and receive a monthly discount on the access charge for smartphone line between $15 and $25 dollars per line when compared to a smartphone on a new two-year wireless agreement.

This promotion will only be around for a limited time, so be sure to visit a participating AT&T store or att.com to take advantage of this great deal. See more at: http://blogs.att.net/consumerblog/story/a7797594#sthash.ziacPJ7D.dpuf

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