AT&T has expanded its netbook and notebook lineup, offering three new devices that can access its mobile broadband network. AT&T is also offering – for the first time for netbooks and notebooks – AT&T DataConnect Pass pay as you go service that does not require a long-term contract.

The full lineup of netbooks and notebooks is available online through AT&T’s new Mobile Broadband Center.

AT&T has also launched new Quick Start services, which include AT&T ConnecTech technical support that provide customers expert help setting-up, synchronizing and customizing new netbooks, smartphones, LaptopConnect cards or 3G Microcell devices. The AT&T ConnecTech Quick Start services are available for purchase in AT&T stores starting at $49.

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