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AT&T will give Nexus 9 LTE owners $100 bill credit for signing a contract

Wireless carrier AT&T is running a promotion that will give customers a $100 bill credit for activating a Nexus 9 LTE and signing a two-year contract. The offer is similar to AT&T's current holiday tablet promotion that takes $100 off the price of the tablet with contract through AT&T or an authorized retailer, but in the case of the Nexus 9 LTE subscribers will pay the $599.99 through the Google Play Store and then see the bill credit when the slate is put under contract.

Customers can receive a $100 bill credit when they activate their Nexus 9 with a two-year agreement at an AT&T company-owned store. The Nexus 9 is certified to work on the network with the nation's strongest LTE signal, making this a perfect pairing.

For customers who want to hop onto AT&T's network, you can add the tablet to your Mobile Share Value Plan and pay $10 per month to share your existing data bucket.

12 Comments
  • Yeah um, no. Not for a tablet. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah you get $100 and they'll get $1200 back from you hahah Posted via the Android Central App
  • ??? I don't understand your math..... $100 Bill Credit for a "Bring Your Own Device". Service monthly on a Mobile Share Value plan is $10. If you take that and multiply it by 24 it equals $240. No where near the $1200 you made up out of thin air. The only way I see your math adding up is if you put the tablet on a stand alone plan and pay $50 a month for the service. That's not normally how these promotions are designed.
  • I don't think he was being serious. Lighten up man.. Lol Posted via Android Central App on The Nexus 5
  • Making it $140 to have LTE service on your nexus 9 for two years. Really not bad if you ask me. I just wish AT&T would finance the tablet. I can't pay for it up front.
  • 2 year contract for a tablet? Lol Posted via the Galaxy Note 4
  • They had this offer for the nexus 7 over a year Ago. Was a better deal because the tablet was only $250 I think Posted via the Android Central App
  • Haha! No! I have not purchased any phones from att since I switch to there mobile share plans. Posted via Android Central App on 1+1
  • A $100 bill credit is worth about 3 cents. Posted via the Android Central App
  • If you are on a mobile share plan you can already tether devices so why pay an extra $10 a month to ise the data you are already paying for ? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ding, Ding, Ding... We have a winner folks. Posted via Android Central App using the all new HTC One (m8)
  • This effectively makes the data access cost $6 a month instead of $10, and all you have to do is pledge two years of your life! Wonder what the ETF on something like this is... Posted via the Android Central App