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October 1, 2012 4:27 PM

AT&T cuts prepaid prices in no contract, pay-as-you-go market

AT&T Inc. on Monday unveiled a $99 smartphone with a $65 a month pay-as-you-go plan, stepping up competition with prepaid carriers such as MetroPCS Communications Inc.

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