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New promotion isn't available to those who buy a phone off contract

If you’re in the market for a new Android-based smartphone or tablet, AT&T is hoping to sweeten the deal a bit with a new promotion. From now until July 17, anyone buying qualifying device will receive a $50 credit to the Google Play Store.
 
According to the terms and conditions, customers (new or existing) must purchase the device using either Next or a two-year contract.


Those who pony up and buy an unsubsidized device unfortunately don’t qualify for the credit. In addition, the $50 credit cannot be used towards the purchase of hardware from the Google Play Store.
 
The credit is good through May 15, 2015, so you have plenty of time to download music, movies, apps, and books from the Google Play Store.

Source: AT&T





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