As expected, AT&T has begun offering subsidized netbooks for customers who sign up for a 2 year service plan. If you’re cool with signing a contract that says you have to pay $40 to $60 a month for the next 24 months, you can get a netbook or mini-laptop from AT&T for $99.99 to $349.99 after rebate.

AT&T is offering the following deals:

  • Acer Aspire One for $99.99 after rebate (This looks like a model with an 8.9 inch display)
  • Dell Inspiron Mini 9 for $149.99 after rebate
  • LG X110 for $249.99 after rebate
  • Dell Inspiron Mini 12 for $349.99 after rebate

You can also purchase a Lenovo X200 laptop from AT&T for $849.99. While it’s neither cheap nor a netbook, the X200 is a 12.1 inch laptop with a 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU.

If you’re in Philadelphia or Atlanta, you might be able to find an even cheaper deal, as AT&T has announced plans to roll out $50 netbooks at some retail stores in those cities.

via WalletPop

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3 replies on “AT&T netbook info page goes live”

  1. Brad,

    Thanks for the linkback, It’s always cool to see something you wrote linked to from a blog you read on a daily basis.

    Thanks for all the great Lilputing news!


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