If you've been waiting for an opportune time to switch to AT&T, it's now. AT&T is currently offering a limited-time sale on a handful of on-contract devices, some of which are pretty desirable. It doesn't cover everything (the almost brand-new Galaxy Note 3 is notably absent, for example) but you should be able to save a pretty penny on your purchase.


The best deal of the lot is probably the LG G2, at least if you're looking for cheap, powerful hardware. You can get LG's Snapdragon 800-powered flagship for just $49.99. Sticking with the flagships, the Galaxy S4 is $99.99 for the 16GB model (with the tougher Galaxy S4 Active going for the same price), the HTC One is $74.99 for 32GB, and the Moto X is $49.99... though you might want to forego the savings on that phone and use the Moto Maker customization site. Shutterbugs can pick up a Galaxy S4 Zoom for $99.99, and fans of ginormous screens can get a Galaxy Mega for $74.99 or a Galaxy Note II for $99.99. There are a few more deals to be had on less popular phones as well.

Those whose contracts have expired may not be eligible for the discounts. Shipping for all the discounted phones is free. There's no mention of a promotional period or expiration date on the site, so if you want in, you should move fast. The prices show as web exclusives, so walking into an AT&T retail store might not yield the same results. Also note that there may be limited stock at these discounted prices - the half-off HTC One Mini is already showing as "out of stock" on AT&T's website.

Source: AT&T Store

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Arthur Dent

    No Moto Maker discount ... damn you AT&T.

    In fact, looking on their site, the Moto maker version of the X didn't even show up, only the standard black/white. Odd.

    • tomn1ce

      If you call att they will credit your account for $50 on the Motomaker model. My brother just ordered one for $99 w/32GB from Motomaker. You can give it a shot and see what happens.

      • Arthur Dent

        That's cool. Do you know if he ordered online first, then called to get the credit afterwards?

        • tomn1ce

          He called att and with the rep on the line he went to motomaker.com and design the phone. He just told me that they already credited his account for the $50.

  • jonathan3579

    It's strang how I am now repelled by the words on-contract.

    • Indianajonze

      me too...still, off contract for $350-$400 vs on contract for $50...sometimes financially its not so clear cut

      • jonathan3579

        You're right. Buying outright definitely isn't for everyone.

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  • Irinel Loghin

    Working in the industry I can tell you that if you're gonna give them a call, they will be able to match the price over the phone... It's one of the closing tools... Not like getting it from the store the same day, but you can get away with the activation fee as well, for a new line of service of course.

  • Jeff Golden

    The salesperson in the store wasn't aware of it, but they had no problems matching the online price.

  • supremekizzle

    Damn it. I missed the G2 for free on T-Mobile. I really hope this pops up again...

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    LG G2 is one of the best smartphone who appreciates the fine blend of power and performance.It's camera quality is also good that allows the users to take crystal-clear Image
    even low light . This features make it smartphone .