The wearable devices market has expanded as AT&T brought in six wearable devices to its online and in-store selection. Three models have already entered the market starting from 26th June. The six wearables that will be sold by the carrier include Mio Fuse, Healbe GoBe, Case-Mate Rebecca Minkoff Notification Bracelet, Withings Activité, Withings Activité Pop and Misfit Flash. The four main wireless carriers in the US sell wearable devices. However, AT&T is trying to make a big claim with these devices. With the addition of the six wearables, the company will have more than 30 wearable devices to provide its customers.
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First Carrier to Sell Three Devices
The three devices which have entered the market include Case-Mate Rebecca Minkoff Notification Bracelet, Mio Fuse and Healbe GoBe. AT&T claims that it is the first carrier to sell these three devices. By connecting more to wearables, AT&T could capture a bigger part of the market which is growing rapidly.
AT&T senior vice president for the Internet of Things, Chris Penrose said, “We want to be seen as a leader in providing choice (and) helping you mobilize your world.”
Six Devices to be Sold by AT&T
Here is a quick description of the six devices that is sold by AT&T.
- Healbe GoBe
This wearable device tracks the amount of calories you intake and burn. You can get it from AT&T’s online store or the Michigan Avenue store for $300.
- Case-Mate Rebecca Minkoff Notification Bracelet
This device looks like a piece of jewelry and can provide notifications to the wearer. You can get the device from some retail stores that the company owns or from ATT.com for $120.
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- Mio Fuse
This is a heart-rate tracker focused on fitness. You can get it from online or certain AT&T retail stores for $150.
- Withings Activité and Activité Pop
This is a pair of activity trackers which can be obtained for $150 from all AT&T stores or online.
- Misfit Flash
This is also a fitness wearable which will be available online and in all AT&T retail stores for just $50.
So, get ready for a more expanded wearable market with many carriers selling your favorite wearable device.
— AT&T Michigan Avenue (@ATTMichiganAve) June 22, 2015
What about you? Do you use any wearable device? Which one do you like the most? We would like to hear your thoughts.