Mother’s Day gifts can be tricky to pick out. Between new tech devices, flowers, cards and jewelry, the options are endless. For the couple years, Mother’s Day has been different, and a bit harder, for many people. How can we celebrate the special women in our lives?
Well, you’ve come to the right place. AT&T has some Mother’s Day gift ideas that will help make shopping a breeze.
These days, video chatting reigns supreme when we think of ways we can stay connected with the ones we love most. With mom at the top of that list, why not make sure she has the latest and greatest device to connect? With amazing smartphones available at AT&T, you can buy mom a new phone, and don’t forget a new phone case. #FavoriteChild
For moms who are playing multiple roles at home right now, give the gift of a smartwatch to help ensure she doesn’t miss a notification again. It’s an easy win, and your mom can get back to everyone with a few taps and swipes.
Wireless Internet Hotspot
If your mom is anything like mine, she likely spends a lot of time scrolling through social media checking in on family and friends. So, what if she has problems with her home Wi-Fi network? A mobile hotspot device provides a fallback to help her stay connected at home or on the go (subscription required). It creates a portable Wi-Fi network using wireless data.
A pair of wireless headphones will allow her to experience music in a whole new way.
Give your mom the option to listen to her favorite music while on a grocery run without having to deal with a pesky cord. She can groove all the way to the checkout and seamlessly switch over for a safe, hands-free conversation so she’ll never miss a call. AT&T also has lots of other great accessories to jazz up her phone.
A video doorbell is the perfect gift to help take the burden off of moms who have problems moving around quickly. This innovative doorbell will enable her to see and speak with whoever’s at the door without getting up from her chair!
Happy Mother’s Day, and don’t forget to call mom!
This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Jason Faulkner and revised by Matthew Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are their own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.