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AT&T Black Friday 2012 deals

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Black Friday sales from US carriers aren't typically the best, but that isn't going to stop AT&T from trying. The carrier previously published its less-than-stellar $100 discount for tablet users who sign a two-year contract, and now it's revealed a few more deals. Be sure to keep an eye out — some of the better offers look like they're limited to in-store only, though some will be online as well.

  • Nokia Lumia 920 for $49.99 with two-year contract. AT&T is offering all colors of the Windows Phone 8 device at this price, but you'll need to buy it in-store any time from Black Friday to Sunday, the 25th. Also, the fine print states that this deal is only good in a number of western states (AZ, AK, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, OR, UT, WA, WY), but we expect to hear more when Black Friday arrives. It's $20 less than the price that Amazon Wireless is currently quoting.
  • HTC Vivid for $0.01 with a two-year contract. AT&T is still selling this year-old phone for $49.99 typically, but we'd recommend spending a bit more upfront to get a much better device. Available only on Saturday and Sunday online.
  • HTC One X (only in gray), Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket, Motorola Atrix HD, and Nokia Lumia 900 for $0.01 with a two year contract on Monday, November 26th only.
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