Tying in with its nationwide launch of netbooks, AT&T says it has revamped more than 2,200 retail locations across the country.
All wireless devices are now showcased on power-enabled displays that make it easier for customers to see what features are available and compare and contrast, the company says. The stores are designed to give customers “hands on” experience when shopping for wireless, broadband, video and entertainment services.
The netbook rollout, which was tested first in Atlanta and Philadelphia earlier this year, includes new devices like the Acer Aspire One, the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 and the Lenovo S10, which will be available in stores and online in the coming days. The company also announced it will offer AT&T ConnecTech services tailored for netbook customers. The netbooks cost $199.99 after mail-in rebate.
The promotional netbook pricing requires the purchase of a two-year AT&T DataConnect Plan, including a 200 MB plan for $40 a month or 5 GB plan for $60 per month.