AT&T Wearables Aim to Help Users Live Healthier, More Informed Lives

By Todd R. Weiss  |  Posted 2015-06-19

AT&T is now offering consumers a broader line of wearables with the addition of six new products, including a designer-inspired notification bracelet for women, a health and fitness tracker, a heart rate tracker for fitness enthusiasts and a luxury analog smartwatch that combines high style with traditional smartwatch functions. The new AT&T offerings will be available to customers starting June 26. Three of the new products—the Case-Mate Rebecca Minkoff Notification Bracelet, the Healbe GoBe "body manager" wearable band and the Mio Fuse advanced heart rate monitoring band—are being offered exclusively through AT&T, according to the company. The Case-Mate Rebecca Minkoff Notification Bracelet for women works with an iPhone to gently vibrate when a call or text is received, while the Healbe GoBe band provides a wide range of health tracking information for wearers. Also included in the new AT&T offerings are the low-priced Misfit Flash fitness wearable, the Withings Activité fully featured smartwatch and the budget Withings Activité Pop fitness tracker watch.


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