AT&T is preparing to launch three new devices, including two phones and a touchscreen Wi-Fi hotspot, this Friday, October 10.
Most interesting is the Samsung Rugby 4, an aptly-named rugged and durable handset - and an honest-to-goodness flip phone.
It doesn't have LTE support, but it does use 4G HSPA+ as well as AT&T's business-focused Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT).
The Rugby 4 will be available starting this Friday for $100 with a two-year contract, $270 off-contract, or $1 for new and upgrading customers who sign up for a two-year EPTT plan.
Next up is the Motorola Moto G, which TechRadar called "the best budget handset around" over the summer.
It will arrive in its LTE variant for $180 off-contract, $80 with a one-year agreement, or $7.50 or $9 per month with an AT&T Next plan.
The Moto G will be available both in stores and online October 10.
Finally AT&T is also launching the Velocity, the carrier's touchscreen-equipped mobile hotspot, on the same day.
The AT&T Velocity has multiple settings for broadcasting Wi-Fi with either maximum range or speed. The touchscreen can be used to change settings, track usage, and more.
It will cost $20 with a two-year contract, $95 with a one-year contract, or $170 off-contract.
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