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The best deals available at AT&T (January 2020)

It’s January, and the start of a new year and new decade. With the holidays in the rear view mirror it might seem that the best wireless offers and promotions are gone. While that’s partially correct, there are still plenty of great sales to be had.AT&T OffersHere, we highlight the savings and discounts that can be had at AT&T. This isn’t an exhaustive list, but what we think are the best offers from the carrier.AT&TThe best phones available at AT&TThe best discounts and offers at AT&TWhere is AT&T 5G available?Which phones support AT&T 5G?Cheap rate plans that use AT&T’s networkNote that some of these will let you mix and match or double up. Also, a few may be limited time savings and are subject to change at any time. As always, be sure to read the finer print, too.Free PhonesGet an iPhone XS 64GB for $0 when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet an iPhone 8 64GB for $0 when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet an LG G8X for free when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet an LG Prime 2 for free when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementPhone DiscountsGet up to $700 off eligible iPhones when you switch to AT&T and port-in your number, or up to $500 off with new line without port-in.Get an iPhone XR 64GB for $5/mo. for 30 mos. when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet a Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB for $5/mo. for 30 mos. when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet up to $700 off an eligible Samsung smartphone when you switch to AT&T and port-in your number, or up to $500 off with new line without port-in.Get a Google Pixel 4 XL 64GB for $10/mo.Get the Samsung Galaxy S9 for $5/mo.

The best deals available at AT&T (November 2019)

Buckle up, we’re in the last quarter of the year and that means the big shopping season is upon us. It’s now when a lot of high-end phones are hitting the market and carriers are doing their best to attract new customers.AT&T OffersHere, we highlight the savings and discounts that can be had at AT&T. This isn’t an exhaustive list, but what we think are the best offers from the carrier.AT&TThe best phones available at AT&TThe best discounts and offers at AT&TWhere is AT&T 5G available?Which phones support AT&T 5G?Cheap rate plans that use AT&T’s networkNote that some of these will let you mix and match or double up. Also, a few may be limited time savings and are subject to change at any time. As always, be sure to read the finer print, too.Free PhonesFree iPhone 8 64GB with new line of serviceGet an iPhone XR 64GB for free with qualifying installment agreementGet a Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB for free with qualifying installment agreementGet an LG G8X for free with qualifying installment agreementPhone DiscountsGet up to $700 off eligible devices when you switch to AT&T and port-in your number, or up to $500 off with new line without port-in.Apple iPhone: 8 128GB/256GB, 8 Plus, X 64GB/256GB, XR 128GB/256GB, Xs, Xs Max, 11,11 Pro, 11 Pro Max (priced up to $1450). NOTE: iPhone 8 64GB and XR 64GB are not eligible.Samsung Galaxy: S10e 256GB/S10/S10+ (priced up to $1600) NOTE: S10e 128GB is not eligible.Google Pixel 4 128GB and 4 XL (priced up to $1080) NOTE: Pixel 4 64GB is not eligible.Get up to $950 off an eligible Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ when porting your number and trading in your phoneGet an LG Stylo 4+ for $1 per monthGet a Samsung Galaxy A10e for $1 per monthGet the LGG8 ThinQ for $5 per monthBuy one Apple Watch get $200 off second one

The best deals available at AT&T (October 2019)

Buckle up, we’re in the last quarter of the year and that means the big shopping season is upon us. It’s now when a lot of high-end phones are hitting the market and carriers are doing their best to attract new customers.AT&T OffersHere, we highlight the savings and discounts that can be had at AT&T. This isn’t an exhaustive list, but what we think are the best offers from the carrier.AT&TThe best phones available at AT&TThe best discounts and offers at AT&TWhere is AT&T 5G available?Which phones support AT&T 5G?Cheap rate plans that use AT&T’s networkNote that some of these will let you mix and match or double up. Also, a few may be limited time savings and are subject to change at any time. As always, be sure to read the finer print, too.Free PhonesFree LG Stylo 4+ with new line of serviceFree Motorola Moto G6 with new line of serviceFree Samsung Galaxy A10e with new line of serviceFree iPhone 8 64GB with new line of serviceONLINE ONLY: Free LG G8 ThinQ with qualifying installment agreementPhone DiscountsBUY ONE, GET ONE: Get $700 off the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro MaxGet a Samsung Galaxy S9 for $10/mo. with qualified planBuy an eligible iPhone, get an iPhone XR free with a qualifying installment planRebates, Credits, and MoreGet up to $400 in trade-in credits when you buy a Samsung Galaxy Note10 or Note10+Other OffersSave up to 50% on select AT&T PREPAID Android phonesGet Samsung Tab S5e for $10/mo. with qualified purchaseSave up to 50% on select AT&T Certified restored phones

The best deals available at AT&T (September 2019)

School’s in session, Labor Day sales have come and gone and we’re looking ahead to the fourth quarter. You don’t have to wait until Black Friday season to save big on phones.AT&T OffersHere, we highlight the savings and discounts that can be had at AT&T. This isn’t an exhaustive list, particularly when it comes to accessories. But, we’ve pulled out what we think are the best from the carrier.SEE ALSOCheap cell phone plans that use the AT&T networkAT&T Prepaid deals, rate plans, phones, and moreNote that some of these will let you mix and match or double up. Also, some of these limited time savings are subject to change at any time. As always, be sure to read the finer print, too.Free PhonesBuy a Samsung Galaxy Note 10, get one free or discounted up to $950Buy a Samsung S10, get Galaxy S10e free or up to $750 off S10 or S10+ONLINE ONLY: Get an LG G8 ThinQ for free when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet an iPhone 8 64GB for freeGet select phones for free with qualified plansLG Stylo 4+LG K30Motorola Moto G6Samsung Galaxy A10eOther OffersGet up to $400 in trade-in credits when buying Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+Get a $300 AT&T Reward Visa Card with select Samsung phonesSave up to $50 on select AT&T PREPAID Android phonesSave up to 50% on select AT&T Certified restored phonesGet $150 off select tablets when you buy a qualifying smartphoneShop all phone deals

The best deals available at AT&T (August 2019)

Everybody loves a bargain. Whether it’s a few dollars on an accessory or a couple hundred on a new phone, we appreciate the chance to keep money in our pocket.AT&T DealsHere, we highlight the savings and discounts that can be had at AT&T. This isn’t an exhaustive list, particularly when it comes to accessories. But, we’ve pulled out what we think are the best from the carrier.SEE ALSOCheap cell phone plans that use the AT&T networkAT&T Prepaid deals, rate plans, phones, and moreNote that some of these will let you mix and match or double up. As always, be sure to read the finer print, too.PhonesBuy a Samsung Galaxy phone, get Galaxy S10e free or $750 off other Galaxy modelsONLINE ONLY: Get an LG G8 ThinQ for free when you buy it on a qualifying installment agreementGet select phones for free with qualified plansSave up to $50 on select AT&T PREPAID Android phonesSave up to 50% on select AT&T Certified Restored phonesGet a $300 AT&T Visa Reward Card with Select SmartphonesGet $150 off select tablets when you buy a qualifying smartphonePut $150 back in your pocket when you buy an eligible Galaxy Smartphone and Galaxy WatchGet an iPhone 8 64GB for freeBuy an eligible iPhone, get one free or discountedAll phone deals

Amazon Offers Price Cuts to Eligible Students for its Music Unlimited Service

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Amazon Offering $101 Off Sony’s MDR-1000X Noise-Canceling Bluetooth Headphones

Amazon is currently offering $101 off the price of Sony's highly rated MDR-1000X noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones, which came out last

Amazon’s discount policy is being investigated by the FTC

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40% Discount on Audeze SINE Headphones With DAC Lightning Cable Ends June 21

High-end audio maker Audeze is currently offering 40 percent off the suggested retail price of its SINE closed-back on-ear headphones,

U.K. Retailer John Lewis Offering Free Three-Year Warranty on all Macs and iPads Until June 28

U.K. high street retailer John Lewis is currently offering three year's free warranty on selected Apple gear including new MacBooks,

Intels overclock-friendly Core i3-7350K hits $150, giving boost to budget PCs

Intel has a relatively low-cost option that lets you squeeze out every ounce of lower-end performance via overclocking without bankrupting you. Now, it seems like Intel might be cutting the Core i3-7350K's price to a more reasonable $150.The post Intels overclock-friendly Core i3-7350K hits $150, giving boost to budget PCs appeared first on Digital Trends.

T-Mobile may address high phone prices with its next Un-carrier move

T-Mobile's next uncarrier move may have something to do with the price of high-end smartphones -- and making them cheaper. It follows on the heels of the carrier's new unlimited One plan.The post T-Mobile may address high phone prices with its next Un-carrier move appeared first on Digital Trends.

Don’t forget, pick up those Apple dongles today or lose out on some savings

Apple offered special pricing on its USB-C dongles that allow the use of all sorts of legacy connections. That was a short-term prospect and the special discounted dongle pricing ends on Friday.The post Don’t forget, pick up those Apple dongles today or lose out on some savings appeared first on Digital Trends.

AT&T uses loophole to deny low-income internet discounts

AT&T is using a technicality to refuse its FCC-mandated "Access From AT&T" discount program to families who should qualify for

Check out these great NVIDIA SHIELD game discounts

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DUEX Pro adds a second 12.5-inch monitor to your laptop

Few things can provide a boost to your productivity like a secondary display. If you’ve ever tried it, you know just how frustrating it can be moving back to a single screen.Buying a second monitor can be costly, and take up a fair amount of space. What’s more, if you live a portable lifestyle, you’ll end up leaving that screen behind when you head to the library or coffee shop.If you’ve ever pondered what it’s like to have a second screen for your laptop or Chromebook, wonder no more. The Mobile Pixels DUEX Pro is a portable dual monitor that connects directly to your favorite laptop, giving you an extra 12.5-inch HD screen.Whether it’s photo editing, blogging, working on a term paper, or just managing emails and social media, you’ll appreciate the extra real estate.Simply connect the DUEX Pro to the back of your laptop, plug it in via USB, and slide out the secondary display. The DUEX Pro’s hinge provides up to 270° of rotation, which means you can adjust the monitor to the exact position that works for you. You can even rotate the display to the back of your laptop screen and use it for presentations and conference.Get Yours Now!The Mobile Pixels DUEX Pro is normally priced about $250, but you can grab one for just $179.35, or about 28% off! Simply enter the promo code SAVEDUEXPRO at checkout and you’ll save big!Best SellersSave even more!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Amazfit Band 5 review

DesignThe Amazfit Band 5 is a budget-minded fitness tracker with a design similar to many that have come before it. The main tracker consists of a 1.1-inch full-color AMOLED touchscreen display in a polycarbonate case that houses all the sensors. To hold it on your wrist the Band 5 uses a black soft-touch adjustable TPU band.Of course, the band is replaceable if you prefer something more colorful and a quick search on Amazon revealed myriad colors to choose from.Finding a comfortable fit was easy thanks to the copious amount of holes on the included band, and combined with the lightweight nature of the Band 5, I could barely tell it was there after strapping it on.User ExperienceI’m coming from a Wear OS smartwatch and I found that the Amazfit Band 5 gave me many of the same features I was accustomed to along with some new ones. For starters, most watch faces will display the time and date, along with your step count or heart rate that the Band 5 monitors 24-hours a day.Plus, the store has a wide variety of styles to choose from, including some that display additional info, such as the weather, distance walked, calories burned, and more.Additionally, the Band 5 offers more functions, such as automatically tracking your sleep, checking your blood oxygen level on demand, monitoring your stress levels, and it can even track 11 different sports including swimming. The 5 ATM waterproof rating helps out with that last one.Just be aware, many of these monitoring features must be enabled manually using the accompanying Zepp app, including viewing notifications on the Band 5. In fact, even after enabling notifications, you still need to manually select which apps you will get notified from.It’s kind of a big undertaking to get the Band 5 set up initially. The app has so many options that it can feel a bit daunting to sift through them all and make sure you enabled everything you want. Plus, there are many features present in the app that are not compatible with the watch, such as the ones meant for the smart scale, and it quickly becomes cluttered and a little confusing.For example, it took me a couple of days to find where to set up support for Alexa. Furthermore, it’s not helped by the fact that some of the English translations are a little off, in some areas of the app it’s very apparent a native English speaker wasn’t present when translating.However, once you get the app and Band 5 set up, you won’t have to go digging around anymore. The Zepp app puts all of your pertinent details front and center, and it makes keeping up with all of your stats quick and easy.Overall, I guess you could say I have a love/hate relationship with the Zepp app. I love the way it displays all of my health data, but navigating and setting it up is quite the chore in the beginning. The good news is, Google Fit syncing is supported in case you don’t like the app or you’d rather view all your data from multiple devices or services in one app.I mentioned above that the Amazfit Band 5 gives me most of the functions I’m accustomed to with a Wear OS watch, however, one I didn’t realize I’d miss so much is an always-on display.The Band 5 doesn’t have support for this and the lift to wake feature requires quite an exaggerated flip unless you enable the “sensitive” option in the settings. This made me wish there was at least some sort of tap to wake function because I don’t always want to flip my wrist to view the time or my stats for the day. Regardless, it’s a sacrifice for extended battery life and I understand that.Battery LifeSpeaking of battery life, Amazfit estimates the Band 5 will get you up to 15-days worth of usage. In my experience, that’s a big stretch, I’m sure the Band 5 is technically capable of providing 15-days of usage, but it would be a very limited use case.In my experience, with everything enabled and taking full advantage of the fitness tracker, it lasted around eight to nine days. That’s still not bad at all, you can get a full weeks worth of usage in between charges. Still, it’s a far cry from 15 days.Final ThoughtsThe Amazfit Band 5 is a capable little fitness tracker that is much more affordable than a comparable Fitbit. It has some unique features that truly make it stand out at this price point such as Alexa support and an SPO2 sensor. Still, the app could use a little polish and a more organized design, but once you get it all set up you’ll pretty much live on the homepage anyway.The Amazfit Band 5 retails for $50 but it can currently be picked up on sale for $30 from Amazon, B&H Photo, or on the Amazfit website.Buy from Amazfit Buy from Amazon Buy from B&H Photo

Channel your inner guitar virtuoso with the Jamstik, just $199

Looking to figure out how to play the guitar, but not necessarily ready to invest in a guitar just yet? While that might sound like a goofy concept, it’s not an unrealistic one. The Jamstik Guitar Trainer, on sale for $199, is exactly the sort of thing that makes that a reality.Around since 2015, the Jamstik was a CES hit when it first hit the scene, picking up numerous awards and accolades. And for good reason; it’s a digital device that makes learning and playing the analog guitar easier than ever.The hi-tech unit looks, acts, and feels just like a guitar fretboard, and pairs to a companion app. Using your phone, it can help you with feedback, tutorials, lessons, and more.The compact device (18 inches) is highly portable and is better than ever. Indeed, the 2020 version picks up a few new features as well as a sleek matte finish.Jamstik FeaturesUpdated Tactile D-Pad & spring loaded strings for a more realistic feelSee your fingers on screen in real-time with the Jamstick appCompanion app is also packed with chords & instructions18″ size lets you practice anywhereOrder Yours!Purchase your Jamstik today for just $199 and get to learning guitar for the new year. That way, when the pandemic is over you can be the rock star you’ve always dreamed of becoming.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Google and Qualcomm partner up to support four generations of Android

Over the past year, Google and Qualcomm have been hard at work trying to prolong the life of today’s phones with more software updates. And why shouldn’t they? Smartphones these days are the most powerful they’ve ever been, and more expensive than ever. We should all get as much life out of these devices as possible, and not be restricted due to the lack of OS and security updates.Together the two companies have now announced that all Qualcomm chipsets will support four versions of Android and four years of security updates, starting with the Snapdragon 888.Hold the phone though, because that four generations of Android includes the initial version of the OS your handset ships with. So what this actually means is, your phone will support up to three Android OS updates and up to four years of security updates.If you’re using a Pixel phone or a recent Samsung flagship, not much has changed. Both Google and Samsung have already promised three generations of Android OS updates, but this does add an additional year of security updates to the mix.The real winner here will be low-end and mid-range Android phones, because now all of Qualcomm’s chipsets will support three generations of Android OS updates. However, this in no way guarantees you will receive three OS updates or four years of security updates on your Android device.That responsibility is still solely on the manufacturer of your phone. The only difference being that now the blame cannot be placed on Google or Qualcomm for the lack of updates. Still, this is fantastic news for the Android platform as a whole. All we have to do now is keep the pressure on OEMs to continue updating its lineup of phones at all levels, whether it be a $1000 flagship or a $200 entry-level smartphone.