Friday, March 4, 2011
Motorola Atrix 4G Android Phones
[Android Device] Are you one of those AT&T customers patiently waiting for the Motorola Atrix 4G to come out? You are lucky. The carrier just put on sale one of the most powerful smartphones which is paired with an optional Laptop Dock so you can "enjoy computing power virtually anywhere".
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You really need the laptop dock? Hurry up and purchase it now, while it is offered for a special price along with the device for $499.99 (after $100 mail-in rebate), cause just the accessory costs $499.99.
The Android phone can be purchased directly from the carrier for a $199.99 price after signing in for a two-year contract. For extra options, you can pay another $15 per month for a 200MB DataPlus plan or $45 monthly for a Data Pro 4GB plus tethering plan, according to your needs.
Other way to get your hands on the Atrix 4G is to shop it from Amazon where it is listed for $50 less with a 24-hour ship time. Or check out Walmart offer that gives the handset for only $129.99 for everyone making a new account until this Thursday. So, decide quickly!