If you had your eyes on the HTC Nexus 9 tablet, there are several channels in which you will be able to get your hands on one. T-Mobile has recently announced the tablet’s availability, but if you’d rather go with another carrier, AT&T is an option too. In fact it seems that AT&T has a deal going on that could make them more attractive to users.
The current promotion is that the carrier will offer Nexus 9 owners a $100 bill credit if they were to sign a contract with the carrier. This is only applicable for the LTE version of the Nexus 9, obviously, so if you wouldn’t mind the flexibility of using WiFi or LTE, then perhaps this could be a pretty good deal.
According to the promotion, it reads, “Customers can receive a $100 bill credit when they activate their Nexus 9 with a two-year agreement at an AT&T company-owned store. The Nexus 9 is certified to work on the network with the nation’s strongest LTE signal, making this a perfect pairing.”
Customers will have to pickup the tablet via the Google Play Store where they’d still have to pay full price for the tablet at $599.99, however the $100 credit to the bill will come into effect if they were to choose the contract option. So, which carrier do you think you will be going for?