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Buy the HSPA+ Nexus 7 and Receive $100 AT&T Bill Credit When Signing Up 2-year Service

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Yesterday afternoon, we were pinged to a change in the Nexus 7 HSPA+ listing on the Google Play store. That change was the inclusion of a new special offer from AT&T that Google was attempting to highlight. For those interested in adding on HSPA+ service to their newly purchased Nexus 7, AT&T is now willing to toss in $100 bill credit when you sign a 2-year service agreement. That’s certainly kind of them, but probably isn’t a big enough credit for you to run out today and buy the HPSA+ N7 just to get credit back. Remember, that once you sign up for two years, you are stuck for two years.

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  • S_Deemer

    I have generally avoided cellular data plans. Elsewhere I read that the charge is $15 for 250mb. Is this a recurring $15/month, “use it or lose it” plan, or $15 for 250mb, The former works out to $360 over 2 years, and has no interest for me.

  • mrwildman1

    HSPA+ sucks for a network, LTE is the future. I have T-mobile, and HATE IT!!!

  • Derkk

    I activated mine on my shared data, but keep background syncing off. I just don’t want to have to tether any more and I can tether the N73G.

  • BloodiedWraith

    This isn’t limited to just the Nexus 7 – it’s actually with any tablet or iPad that works with their 3G/4G network just in case someone felt the need to do that. The ETF is $150 and there is still a $36 activation fee.

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  • monkey082506

    Neat…however, shared data is still like non-alcoholic beer. It’s just not right.

  • moelsen8