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Last Updated: June 9th, 2014

If you're thinking about switching to AT&T or opening a new line of service on an existing plan, the company is offering a pretty decent incentive to those who buy Android devices: $50 of Google Play credit with a device purchase.

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Basically all Android devices that Big Blue sells are eligible, and it doesn't matter which type of "contract" you decide to go with – it works with both two-year agreements and AT&T Next. You better grab this deal quickly though – it ends on June 17th. 

For more info on how this deal works, check out AT&T's website; to see the full list of eligible devices, head here.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, and musician. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6- or 7-string, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Aooga

    Is that a galaxy tab 2 in the background? Aren't they on 5 now?

  • AT&T.. yuck

    Too bad AT&T is awful in every way. The fact that they're trying to bribe customers like this is a desperate indication of the word getting out how absolutely shitty they are. The McDonalds of telecommunications, only much more dangerous to society.

  • looneyhouston

    They could try and give me an early release LG G3 for free today and I still wouldn't leave T-mobile simply because of unlimited LTE with no throttling!

  • mewikime

    This offer has actually been on the site since towards the end of May. I purchased two androids online and am still waiting, now past their "7 business days from purchase" and am still yet to receive the codes (BTW the offer is "good" for 10 devices/credits).

    Been on the phone with ATT earlier in the week and for a full 3.5 hours this morning and spoke to *11* people and got nowhere. Tomorrow is my 14th day and I will cancel the lines if the email with the credit doesn't show.

    Not a good way to present yourselves to a new customer, ATT