AT&T has officially announced that the company will start offering the 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 starting from 21st of June. The good part is that the company has also given out the pricing details, which we believe will help consumers make their decisions at an earlier stage.
Of course, there is not much time before AT&T starts offering the 4G LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, but it is a good sign that the carrier company has already given out the pricing details. AT&T will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 for a price of $399.99, but only when you are ready to sign a two years contract with the company. By the way, before you start looking out for other options, let me tell you that the 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will be exclusively available from AT&T.
AT&T also has an interesting offer to attract new consumers, and also those consumers who want to get more out of the deal. According to the deal from AT&T, if you purchase a new Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Active or Galaxy Note 2 along with the two years contract that comes along with it, then the 4G LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 can be yours for $199.99 instead of $399.99.
So in a way, you can get two devices for the price of one. Don’t forget that you will end up signing two separate two years contract – one for the new smartphone and one for the new tablet. If you are okay with this, then it is definitely a good deal. And if you are planning to buy a new smartphone, then let me tell you that AT&T offers the Samsung Galaxy S4 for $199.99, Galaxy S4 Active for $199.99 and the Galaxy Note 2 for $199.99. Each of these Samsung devices is the 16GB version and comes along with a two years contract.
If you purchase the Galaxy Note 8.0, AT&T will offer 50GB of free storage in the AT&T Locker cloud, but only for a limited period of time.