AT&T Offers New Subsidized Netbooks

Posted: Jul 21 2009, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:25pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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AT&T has expanded its line of subsidized netbooks and added the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 and the Lenovo S10 netbooks alongside the Acer Aspire One it already offered. The new netbooks will be offered at subsidized prices after a new 2-year agreement and a mail-in rebate.

The machines will be available for $199.99. A monthly data plan is required to get the subsidized pricing with the cheapest offering costing $40 per month for a measly 200MB of data and for $60 monthly you can get 5GB of data.

Along with the two new netbooks, AT&T also announced new service plans for the netbooks it sells with prices ranging from $99 for remote assistance to $199 for in-home support. The prices for the machines aren’t that good; you can get versions of the Mini 10 for $199.99 already without a contract.

Via AT&T

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