AT&T Stories May 15

expiredApple AirPods Pro are yours at $220 shipped

Update: Verizon Wireless offers Apple’s AirPods Pro for $220 shipped. Discount reflected in cart.

AT&T is offering Apple’s AirPods Pro at $224 shipped. As a comparison, these popular earbuds typically sell at $249. Today’s deal matches our previous mention and is one of the best offers we’ve tracked in 2020. AirPods Pro delivers a refreshed take of the popular original version, now featuring active noise cancellation, tapered silicone tips, and a water-resistant design. Apple’s H1 chip ensures you have fast connectivity and up to 24-hours of battery life. Our Jeff Benjamin agreed in his hands-on review, noting that AirPods Pro “sound amazing, they’re uber-portable, come with great battery life, and feature incredible Active Noise Cancellation.”

AT&T Stories May 5

expiredApple AirPods Pro sport ANC, Hey Siri, and more at $224

AT&T currently offers AirPods Pro for $224 shipped. Down from the $249 going rate, today’s offer is $1 under our previous mention and the third-best we’ve tracked to date. Bringing active noise cancellation into the mix, AirPods Pro improve upon the standard version of Apple’s earbuds with an entirely new design rocking a customizable fit, IPX4 water-resistance, and up to 4.5-hours of listening per charge. That number rises to 24 when popping the earbuds in their charging case. As a recent convert of AirPods Pro myself, I can attest to just how impressive the noise cancelling technology really is. You don’t have to take my word for it alone, as our hands-on review echoes much of that sentiment. More below.

AT&T Stories May 1

expiredApple’s iPhone 11 falls to $11.50/month + $150 gift card at AT&T (50% off)

AT&T is currently offering the iPhone 11 64GB on sale for $11.67 per month on a 30-month term when you activate a new line on one of the company’s Unlimited plans. Normally over $23 per month, this is a 50% savings and drops the price 50% from its regular rate. You’ll also get a $150 AT&T prepaid Visa card if you activate it on a $75 or more per month Unlimited plan. Overall, thanks to this sale, you’ll pay $350 over the course of 30-months, and if you factor in the $150 card, you’re getting the iPhone 11 for right around $200 total, which is a killer deal when compared to its $699 list price. iPhone 11 sports a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display, has True Tone, a wide color gamut (P3), Face ID, the A13 Bionic CPU, and dual 13MP cameras. Learn more in our hands-on review.

AT&T Stories April 10

expiredGet AT&T Gigabit Internet + AT&T TV for $40/mo. and score a $100 prepaid Visa

AT&T is currently offering Gigabit Internet plus its AT&T TV for 12-months at $39.99 per month. You’ll also get a bonus $100 AT&T Visa when you sign up. Note: You will have to agree to a 24-month TV contract, and the price of your plan will increase after 12-months. For comparison, normally AT&T TV is $50 per month and Gigabit Internet is on sale for $50 from $70 right now, should you go with single services. This saves you up to $80 per month for the first 12-months. I personally have AT&T Gigabit Internet at my apartment and absolutely love it. AT&T TV will give you “live TV, breaking news, and 40,000 on-demand titles.” Learn more about the bundle here.

AT&T Stories April 2

expiredScore Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ at a new low of $120 following a 20% discount

AT&T is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ True Wireless Earbuds for $119.99 shipped. Typically fetching $150, like you’ll find at most other retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, and Samsung, today’s offer saves you 20% and marks a new all-time low. Equipped with a true wireless design, Samsung’s most recent pair of earbuds rock 11-hours of audio playback per charge, or 22 when you slip them into the companion case. The inclusion of Samsung’s Ambient Sound feature cuts out distracting audio. Plus, Qi charging support makes the cut alongside a USB-C port for that case, and built-in touch pads on the earbuds themselves offer music control and more. Rated 4.6/5 stars from over 320 customers and we found them to be a no-brainer for Android users in our hands-on review.

AT&T Stories March 27

Earlier this week T-Mobile announced that it would be rolling out a $15 budget plan during this time of social distancing in partnership with MetroPCS. Now, AT&T is following suit with its Cricket sub-brand in hopes of offering relief during these potentially financially strapped periods. We have full details on AT&T’s new $15 plan down below, plus how you can make some changes to your cell phone plan if you have found yourself without income for a period of time.

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