AT&T reveals the smartwatches that will go tether-free with NumberSync

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AT&T today in a post to its blog revealed the Android-based smartwatches that will work with the carrier’s new NumberSync offering. The telecommunications provider revealed NumberSync in mid-October, saying that it would allow users to have a single phone number across multiple devices. In other words, devices like smartwatches will work on AT&T’s network instead of having to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

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HTC’s One A9 is now available from AT&T

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The newest HTC flagship, the One A9, separates itself from any of the company’s previous handsets by having a somewhat low off-contract price with respectable specifications. Consumers interested in the One A9 can buy it directly through HTC for the limited time price of $399 that will soon increase. But HTC hasn’t forgot about working with carriers to enable subsidizes and maximize exposure. Customers with AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon will all have the chance to purchase the One A9. Today, AT&T becomes the first carrier to make the One A9 available.

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You can now pre-order the LG V10 through AT&T

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AT&T is now taking pre-orders for LG’s latest ruggedized Android-powered smartphone, the V10. The handset is available in either Space Black or Opal Blue colorways with a price tag of $249.99 on a new 2-year contract. Current subscribers of the operator’s Next installment plan, however, will be able to pick it up for between $23.34-$35 per month.

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