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Get an AT&T smartphone for free with the new Citi credit card ‘AT&T Access More’


This week, a new co-branded credit card was announced by AT&T and Citi. With this card, cardholders a provided with  a way for receiving a free smartphone. With this AT&T Access More Card, cardholders get a link to some special website wherein the smartphone can be purchased a full price. If $2,000 is spent by them in purchases during the first 3 months of when the account is opened and if the phone service is maintained with AT&T, a statement credit up to $650 would be received for the smartphone.citi-att-access-more-credit-card

Apart from that, with the AT&T card, one can get a chance of earning the Citi ThankYou points for everyday purchases. 3 Thank You points would be received for all the purchases that one would make at AT&T and also on retail websites and online travel websites. One ThankYou point to be received by cardholders for all other purchases.

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If $10,000 of purchases are made during a particular year, a bonus of 10,000 ThankYou points would be received. One can then redeem these points for various products that include gift cards as well as electronics. Just like other cards, FICO credit score can be seen by the cardholders free every month. The annual fee of the card is $95 and the range of the APR is from 14.99% to 22.99% depending on the worthiness of the credit.

“Whether talking, texting, shopping or paying – we know our customers rely upon – and love – their smartphones,” said Ralph Andretta, Head of North America Branded Cards, Citi. “With the AT&T Access More card, you can earn a statement credit for a brand new phone and get more points every time you make a purchase from AT&T or shop online – on any device.”

Credit score of $650 is healthy, but it is worth noting that the full price may not be covered of most of the coveted smartphones.

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