Citi and AT&T Extend Credit Card Agreement
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AT&T and Citibank today announced a “long-term” extension of the agreement that allows Citi to continue issuing its two popular AT&T-branded credit cards, the AT&T Universal Platinum Card and the AT&T Universal Rewards Card.
The AT&T credit cards double as prepaid phone cards, and each offers the ability to earn free phone minutes each month. The AT&T Universal Platinum Card is a more basic low interest card (currently with an 11.84% interest rate), while the AT&T Universal Rewards Card offers the ability to earn points toward merchandise and travel rewards, but at higher interest rate (currently 13.84%).
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