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AT&T Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale announced

Nov 19 2010, 9:15am CST | by , in News | Black Friday

AT&T Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale announced
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AT&T announced today the AT&T Black Friday and AT&T Cyber Monday sale. The weekend of savings will kick off at 12:01 a.m., ET, on Friday, Nov. 26, and offer a series of rotating promotions for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday online shoppers while supplies last.

On Black Friday A&T sas to have some of the best prices on the most popular touch screen devices. If the Apple iPhone will be included in the AT&T Black Friday sale is not clear. AT&T is though linking to a page in their announcement where the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 are listed as well.

On Saturday Nov. 27 AT&T is starting to offer refurbished devices for a Penny. Select refurbished devices, including the BlackBerry Torch, will be available for only $0.01.

On Sunday Nov. 28 AT&T offers free quick messaging phones. Choose from the Pantech Link, LG Vu Plus, Sharp FX and the Pantech Pursuit for free. Unlimited messaging plan or a $20 combination of messaging and data plan is required.

On Cyber Monday, Nov. 29, AT&T 9am EST, AT&T will have a high-end Smartphone sale for one Penny. Deals will rotate every three hours and include: HTC Aria, BlackBerry Curve 3G, Motorola Flipout, Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 and the Motorola BRAVO.

The AT&T Black Friday sale looks pretty good. All deals require new contracts. We will report about the specific AT&T Black Friday phone deals as soon as they become available. Make sure to compare prices to the Amazon Wireless Store. See also the current Phone Sale on Walmart where you actually get money (in form of a gift card) back on some models.

See also our Black Friday Phone Deals Guide for more hot deals.

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