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Get a FREE Samsung TV when you buy a Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ at AT&T

The best Black Friday deals are in full swing, including this one that you don't want to miss: At&T is offering a free Samsung TV when you buy a Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ . You read that right: a free top-rated TV if you choose to buy a phone online. 

Get a FREE Samsung TV when you buy a Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ at AT&T
Save $500 - AT&T has a killer online deal: a Samsung TV is worth $500, so you're essentially saving hundreds when you buy a new phone. That's a crazy good bargain!View Deal

AT&T is offering up a major upgrade: if you're in the market for a new phone, you'll want to consider getting a Galaxy Note10 or a Note 10+. With a superior pro-like  camera, 6.8-inch display, and compatibility with the S Pen, they're great phones on their own. Note users are generally quite pleased with their phones: it doesn't matter if you're a longtime user hoping to upgrade or a brand new potential user, you'll be pleasantly surprised by everything this phone can do - the Note has even been featured in our best smartphones buying guide. 

But now, get so much more: for Black Friday, you'll get a Samsung TV with the purchase of one of the Note phones. That's a TV worth at least $500. Whether you plan on keeping it for yourself or giving it as a gift to a friend or loved one, it's an incredibly generous offer that can't be beat. 

Don't forget: this is a deal that can be redeemed online only!

Get a FREE Samsung TV when you buy a Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ at AT&T
Save $500 - AT&T has a killer online deal: a Samsung TV is worth $500, so you're essentially saving hundreds when you buy a new phone. Whether you keep the TV for yourself or give it away for the holidays, it's a great online deal!View Deal

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