AT&T: $350 In Prepaid Cards With U-verse Purchase, DSL For $15 Per Month

Posted: Sep 7 2010, 3:14pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 7 2010, 3:21pm CDT, in Shopping | Mobile Phones


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At AT&T, sign up for a select AT&T U-verse Broadband / TV / phone package and receive $350 in AT&T Reward Prepaid Cards for free. (Click "Shop U-verse" to see the extra discount.) The price and availability vary by location. That's tied with our mention five weeks ago and is still among the better offers we've seen from AT&T this year. (A promotion which netted $400 in rewards cards ended in early May.)

Note: Although plans start at $29/month (for TV only), the cheapest eligible for the $350 cashback appears to be the U-Family TV, Internet, and Phone Bundle for around $99/month. (That's $18 off per month for six months.) It includes the U-Family TV, Internet, and phone services, which feature up to 70 TV channels, 3Mbp/s high speed Internet access, and 250 minutes of calling time. (Lesser plans qualify for smaller cash back amounts; plan prices vary by location.)

Just need Internet service? AT&T still offers new customers its AT&T High Speed DSL Service for $14.95 per month for the first 12 months. And unlike its typical offers, this one isn't limited to just the slowest plan; choose from speeds up to 3Mbit, depending on your area. That's up to $30 off and the best deal we've seen for AT&T DSL this year.
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