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I have 10 broke phones and want to purchase replacement android phones without EXTENDING my AT&T contracts that don't expire until September 2014.

What under $100 android phones will work with AT&T's SHARED MOBILE plan ?

I need it to be under $100 / phone.
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At that price range you're looking at old outdated Android phones or knockoff cheap-os that probably won't do much.  So you've got a choice to go with an old outdated phone like this HTC or a knockoff like this Lightahead
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