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AT&T, T-MOBILE, VERIZON and SPRINT black Friday 2016 sales, deals, ads



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From smartphones to tablets and more, good news fellas the four major carriers have some good deals worth looking at for black Friday shopping.

At AT&T shoppers can actually buy a Samsung galaxy tablets with its 18.4-inch HD display and 4G LTE ready and up to 64GB of internal storage for as low as $99 with two years contract and dats plan

In addition, T-Mobile is giving free unlimited high-speed data to all postpaid Simple Choice phone plan customers for three months, starting Dec. 1, as a holiday gift, according to the company. The offer also applies to business customers.

At SPRINT you can get a Samsung galaxy S6 smartphone with 32GB internal storage for as low as $9 per month half of the regular price ($18) monthly lease rate.

However T-MOBILE customers can avail a Alcatel pixi 7 inch tablet with 4G LTE ready with zero down payment while supplies last, from November 25 up to November 29, you can also get the Galaxy s6 32 gb smartphone for zero down payment while supplies last at the same date.

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An additional T-MOBILE shopper can also get $100 off a EU Boom Bluetooth waterproof speaker at the same date.

While at VERIZON you can get a Motorola DROID Turbo smartphone for $240, which is 50 percent off its regular price.

An array accessories will also on sale from November 26 up to November 30, which is includes the FitBit Charge Fitness band for as low as $89.99 a saving up to $40
You can also get a Bose Sound-link color speaker for as low as $119.99 which is $10 off its regular price

5 Quick Tips You Need to Know
• The best deals happen on Black Friday or after. Don’t buy in early November!
• Don’t wait for Cyber Monday — Black Friday has more deals.
• Windows and Android phones have better budget options.
• Best Buy is the place for iPhone, but be prepared to sign a 2-year contract.

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