Deal Alert: Free Focus Flash for new AT&T line purchased with qualified voice and data plan

AT&T if offering a free Samsung Focus Flash for existing customers who add a new two-year contract to their account. The 4G Windows Phone (see our review) is a perfect freebie for anyone who's looking to add a second line to their account.

Sporting a 3.7" S-AMOLED display, 5MP rear-shooter (with f2.6 lens), 1.4Ghz chip, 512MB RAM and 8GB storage, the Focus Flash is no slouch when it comes to powering the latest apps and games.

Do note that this limited-time offer is not available in-store, and a $5.95 shipping and handling fee may apply. The new service line must be a 2-year agreement with voice ($9.99/mo) and data plan ($20/mo) added. 

Rich Edmonds
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Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • Not bad,
    But the T-Mobile deal in January on the Lumia 710 was better.  Got the phone for free with add a line ($10) and data ($10).  Free phone for $20/ month, really can't beat it.
  • Focus flash? How old is that device? Looks like they want to clean some of that back stock.
  • Its a 2nd Gen device so should be a fairly good device.
  • i gave one to my mom, its fairly new (6 month? not too sure)
    its actually a really good device
  • I'm really tempted.. The lte on att is beautiful
  • True, but the phone isn't lte, it's just hdspa+.
  • If you want LTE, get the Lumia 900, it's also just an all around better phone.
  • The titan 2 is a better phone because of the SRS enhancement
  • Wife got one recently, she loves thr compact size, sharp screen and 4G.
  • Careful, this device has freezing issues. Check the forum here or on other sites. It frequently locks up when receiving a text message. It is basically impossible to use the on-screen keyboard. It continuously disappears when touching the screen.
    My wife is on here third device in just under 3 weeks. AT&T keeps exchanging the phone, but after a few days it freezes again. The new one she got before Easter locked up on her yesterday.
  • bye bye samsung!