New AT&T rebate sheets in; Moto QA1, Samsung Jack, Sony Ericsson C905a and more

By on May 9, 2009 at 11:37 AM.

New AT&T rebate sheets in; Moto QA1, Samsung Jack, Sony Ericsson C905a and more

Following this morning’s rebate sheet from Verizon, one of our AT&T ninjas apparently got fired up and snapped a couple of shots of the carrier’s upcoming rebates for May 11th through June 21st. Unfortunately, no real bomb dropping on AT&T’s sheet either but there are a few items of interest. As is always the case, this doesn’t mean all of the handsets listed will be out during the rebate period but it does mean they’ll be dropping soon enough. Above, highlights include the sliding QWERTY-rocking Motorola QA1 Karma and Sony Ericsson’s 8.1 megapixel beast, the C905a. The second shot, pictured after the break, includes the Samsung i637 Jack and of course everyone’s favorite EDGE-only messaging machine, the BlackBerry Curve 8900. Hit the jump for the second image and let us know if there’s anything in particular on the new rebate sheet that catches your eye.

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AT&T rebate sheet shows LG Secret and Motorola VA76r Tundra coming soon

By on December 18, 2008 at 4:27 PM.

AT&T rebate sheet shows LG Secret and Motorola VA76r Tundra coming soon

As is often the case, an upcoming rebate sheet for Big Blue has found its way out of hiding ahead of schedule and it comes bearing gifts. The sheet covers the period of December 26th through January 24th and reveals two new handsets that will likely find their way to store shelves sometime during that period. The first, and infinitely more exciting, is the LG Secret. Destined for success, the Secret is a sleek and ultra-thin slider packing a 5 megapixel shooter complete with flash, auto-focus, face detection and on board image editing software. ZN5 what? The latter is the Motorola Tundra, a rugged clam shell with pretty basic functionality and features – not nearly as exciting as the pack of Motorola handsets destined for Verizon over the coming year. No matter though, at least those of you who opted to pass on AT&T’s recent wave of handsets for the holidays will now have a good idea of what you can look forward to between now and the end of January.

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