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Want to pre-order the iPhone 14 Pro? You might want to hold on as AT&T has announced a stunning offer which can get you the iPhone 14 Pro for free. No, we're not joking. AT&T has announced a new plan with a trade-in offer where you can purchase the iPhone 14 Pro without paying anything at all, except a small $35 device activation fee.
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To get the iPhone 14 Pro for free, you just need to enroll in one of AT&T's unlimited plans which start at $45 a month and go up to $70 a month. Next, you can trade-in your old smartphone. AT&T is offering up to $1000 off as a trade-in bonus, the iPhone 14 Pro will be yours without paying anything! It should be noted that the trade-in value depends on the model and condition of your old smartphone.
A new iPhone 8 is free with trade in of an iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+ or Samsung Galaxy Note8. You can get this deal when you sign up for an 18-month Sprint Flex lease and wireless plan. Sprint says it regularly charges $29.17 per month for the iPhone 8, but that amount will be credited back to the customer.
AT&T, meantime, has a buy one, get one free offer, with one catch: You must have DirecTV or AT&T U-verse TV service to qualify. AT&T is also offering a $300 or $200 credit when you trade in certain older devices.
What about if I pay for the X in full, since AMEX Platinum requires this to get the extended warranty, and you use the monthly credit to in essence get the iPhone 8 for free? Does this work or am I missing something?
AT&T has a few different new deals, including a $300 credit if you're trading in an iPhone 7 Plus. Alternately, you can get a $200 credit when trading in some other devices. Go to tradein.att.com or an AT&T store to find out exactly how much your trade-in is worth. The provider also has a buy-one, get-one-free deal on the iPhone 8 if you sign up or already subscribe for the company's DirecTV or U-Verse TV service.
With Black Friday just around the corner, a number of phone carriers are making it easier to upgrade your device without breaking the bank. If you're shopping around for a new iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, these Black Friday phone deals for 2020 offer some of the best prices of the year. From BOGO promotions to free devices, here are some of the sweetest holiday discounts to take advantage of leading up to Thanksgiving.
As of Nov. 20, for a limited time, AT&T is allowing new and existing customers to score up to $700 off an iPhone with an eligible trade-in, which could get you a free iPhone 12 mini. Your trade-in device must have a value of at least $95 for the $700 credit. You can get an iPhone XS, XR, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, 12 mini, 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max as part of this promotion. Keep in mind this deal includes an installment agreement, taxes on the upfront cost of your phone, and an activation fee.
For Galaxy phones, AT&T is offering similar holiday discounts. For a limited time as of Nov. 20, you can trade in a phone with between a value of $35 to $94 to get up to $700 (or a free Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G) in bill credits on your new device. According to the fine print, you'll be getting these bill credits over 30 monthly installments and will need to pay for any applicable fees and add a new line of service or upgrade an existing line.
As of Nov. 25, you can save up to $1,300 off an iPhone 11 Pro online only, and score a BOGO deal for a free iPhone Mini or up to $700 in credit with the purchase of an iPhone 12. Verizon will also be offering similar discounts on other new iPhones, including the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
As of Nov. 20, over at T-Mobile, you can get between $230 to $830 off your iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 12, potentially scoring your device for free after monthly bill credits. To get in on the savings, you need to join and trade in an eligible device, which includes an iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max.
T-Mobile is also offering 50% off an iPhone SE, which you can get via 24 bill credits when you add a line. The company is also offering a BOGO deal that allows you to get a free iPhone when you purchase an iPhone 12 or iPhone 11 with a new line of service.
T-Mobile is offering a few promotions on Samsung devices as of Nov. 20, including a buy one, get one $1000 off deal on any eligible Samsung Galaxy 5G phone. When you purchase one of these phones and activate at least two lines, you'll get the second device free via 24 monthly bill credits. You can also get the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G for just $99 through 24 monthly bill credits when you activate a line of service.
The gain of broadband vehicle boosters is limited by the FCC to 50 dB. Unfortunately, that means that in-vehicle boosters are never truly "wireless" - you'll get the best results if you keep your phone within a foot of the indoor antenna. We recommend using hands-free calling for best results.
Ends 3/31/19. Each req's min. $750 on installment. Req's new line. iPhone XR 64GB free after credits over 30 months. Credits start w/in 3 bills. If svc cancelled, device balance due. $30 Activation, add'l fees, taxes & restr's apply.
IPHONE BOGO OFFER: Ends 3/31/19. Available in select areas & locations. Requires buying two eligible iPhones with one new wireless line. Eligible iPhones: iPhone 8, 8 Plus, XR, X, Xs, or Xs Max (priced up to $1449.99) on 0% APR AT&T Next (30 mos. up to $48.34/mo.) or AT&T Next Every Year (24 mos. up to $60.42/mo.) installment agreement. Tax on full retail price of both due at sale. After up to $750 in credits, get iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus 64GB or iPhone XR 64GB for free. Get iPhone 8 Plus 256GB, XR 128GB/512GB, X, Xs, or Xs Max for up to $750 off. Discounted device will be the lowest priced device. Req'd Wireless: Postpaid wireless voice & data on both devices (min. $80/mo. combined if new with autopay and paperless bill discount. Pay $100/mo. until discount starts w/in 2 bills. Existing customers can add to current plans). If you cancel wireless on one, will owe that device balance of up to $1,450. Activation/Upgrade Fee: $30/each. Return: Return w/in 14 days. Restocking fee up to $45 each may apply. Add'l BOGO terms for customers w/consumer acct & Subscriber Paid User acct: Buy one device must be on Subscriber Paid User acct & free/discounted device must be on the consumer acct. Billing addresses for Subscriber Paid User & consumer accts must match. Req's elig. postpaid wireless voice & data svc on both devices. Combined min. elig wireless svc is $28.50/mo. on Subscriber Paid User acct + $45/mo. on consumer acct after autopay & paperless bill discount. Pay $83.50/mo. until consumer acct discount starts w/in 2 bills.) Bill Credits: Credits start w/in 3 bills. Will receive catch-up credits once credits start. Applied monthly in equal amounts over entire agmt term & will not exceed the lower of the device cost or $750. Both wireless lines must be on same acct, be on an installment agreement, active & in good standing for 30 days to qualify. Installment agmts start when device is shipped. To get all credits, free/discounted device must remain on agmt for entire term and you must keep eligible service on both devices for entire installment term of free/discounted device. If you cancel service on either line, credits will stop. If you upgrade or pay up/off agmt on free/discounted device early your credits may cease. Limits: See your sales rep before any purchases to determine if eligible. May not be combinable w/other offers, discounts or credits. Purchase, financing, other limits & restr's apply. This offer may make your account ineligible for select other offers (including bill credit offers) for 12 months.
Please note that this A1901 iPhone X model is compatible with FDD-LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, and 66 as well as TD-LTE bands 34, 38, 39, 40, and 41. It is intended for use with AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States (it does not support CDMA networks such as those used by Verizon and Sprint), but it does formally support carriers in Canada, the UK, the EU, and just about all other countries in the world with the major exceptions of Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and India.Regardless of carrier support, all iPhone X models have a 3D-touch capable 5.8" (diagonal) OLED HDR "Super Retina" display (2436x1125, 458 ppi, 1 million:1 contrast ratio) that occupies nearly the entire front of the device with the bottom "chin" where the "Home" button once was gone entirely and replaced by a new facial recognition "Face ID" authentication system.The iPhone X has three cameras. On the front -- tucked in the rather awkward "notch" -- is a new "TrueDepth" camera that in addition to supporting the "Face ID" functionality, takes 7 megapixel photos, shoots 1080p video, and has software support for Portrait mode, Portrait lighting, and more. The two rear cameras, one wide angle (f/1.8 aperture) and one telephoto (f/2.4 aperture), both have 12 megapixel sensors, support optical image stabilization, and shoot 4K photos and video. The cameras support motion tracking and offer augmented reality support, too.The iPhone X uses a primarily "surgical-grade stainless steel" case and has a glass front and back. It is splash, water, and dust-resistant (IP67), but not water-proof, and it has stereo speakers and a Lightning port. It was sold in two color options, a dark "Space Gray" and silver.Internally, the iPhone X is powered by a 64-bit "Apple A11 Bionic" processor with six cores -- two performance cores and four high-efficiency cores -- and has 3 GB of RAM, as well as 64 GB or 256 GB of flash storage. It also supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, LTE (4G), and NFC for Apple Pay.Apple estimates that the iPhone X provides "up to" 60 hours of audio playback, 21 hours of talk time, 12 hours of Internet use, and 13 hours of wireless video playback. Because of the device's glass back, the battery can be charged wirelessly using a charging mat that supports the Qi standard.In the US, this iPhone X originally was available unlocked and contract-free for US$999 or US$1149. It also was available on AT&T or T-Mobile with the "Apple iPhone Upgrade Program" for US$49.91 or US$56.16 per month for 24 months, which included an upgrade to a new iPhone every year and AppleCare+, but did not include the cost of mobile service. On AT&T, it additionally was available with an installment program for US$41.63 or US$47.88 per month for 24 months, which included an upgrade to a new iPhone every "12 or 24 months," but not AppleCare+ or the cost of mobile service.Also see: What are all the differences between the iPhone X models? How many different versions are there around the world?
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