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AT&T made a slew of announcements today, covering wearables and mobile phones.
The US telecoms giant revealed that The LG G Watch R will be made available on November 5 online, and in AT&T stores two days later, costing $299. Though it will cost $100 less when purchased with a second generation Moto X phone.
Remaining in the smart timepiece realm, AT&T also revealed that the Moto 360 (our review) will be landing for $249 starting November 7, though again you’ll be able to purchase the watch for $199 when bundled with the Moto X.
In other news, AT&T announced that Windows edition of the HTC One M8 is arriving on November 7, with a number of plans ranging from $27.92 a month with no upfront charge to contract-free at a one-off $669.99.
Finally, AT&T is also the first US network to offer the new Microsoft Lumia 830, touted as the “thinnest Lumia smartphone” yet. It too goes on sale from November 7, costing from $18.75 a month with zero upfront charge through to a $449.99 lump sum with no contract.
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