AT&T Rolls Out Jaw-Droppingly Cheap Radiant Max 5G Android Phone

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It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of the newest and flashiest smartphones. But the best technology from prior years’ phones eventually trickles down to more wallet-friendly options as well. Combine that with AT&T’s drive to bring everyone with prepaid onto their 5G network and you get the shockingly affordable AT&T Radiant Max 5G!

Radiant Max 5G

The Radiant Max 5G sports a scratch-resistant 6.82″ screen, up to two days of battery life, wireless charging and fast charging, and even a microSD card slot! It also sports five AI-enhanced cameras, including a 48MP main lens. Basically, this thing is on par with a solid Motorola flagship phone from 3-4 years ago! It also sports Android 11, fingerprint unlock, and a 2-year AT&T warranty.

Here’s where it gets really interesting. If you’re a new AT&T prepaid customer and you set up autopay, you can snag the Radiant Max 5G for $89.99, while existing customers can snap one up for $179.99 on AT&T’s website starting September 10th. Whether you get it for $89.99 as a new AT&T customer or $179.99 as an existing AT&T customer, that is a really, really great deal for a phone.

Whether you’re looking for a cheap extra smartphone, one for your kid, or you’re just trying to keep your budget from screaming, the AT&T Radiant Max 5G is worth a look!

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