Presented in partnership with AT&T…
It’s about that time of year when we’re all looking for some sort of deal. Hey, we’re not trying to be cheap, but saving money during the craziness of holiday shopping is always preferred, right? I mean, who wants to spend thousands of dollars on gifts if there are hundreds of dollars that can be saved by simply shopping smarter.
Well, thanks to AT&T, you can be the most intelligent shopper in the family this holiday season, because the wireless company is hooking it up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, offering insane deals on some of the top smartphones on the market when you make the switch.
So, just how good are AT&T’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals this year? Just look at what you can get when you switch to the network, with the following smartphones available for $0 after monthly installment bill credits:
- Apple iPhone XR 64GB ($600 max bill credit)
- Samsung S10e 128GB ($750 max bill credit)
- Google Pixel 4 64GB ($960 max bill credit)
- LG G8X ThinQ ($780 max bill credit)
Think that’s too good to be true? Think again. While there are requirements necessary (see below), one of those four smartphones are all available to you this Black Friday and Cyber Monday for doing very little. Talk about an early holiday gift.
- New Line Required
- Customers must purchase an eligible smartphone on AT&T installment plan
- Eligible Unlimited rate plan required
- $35 per month per line for 4 lines
And with all the above offers running from November 22 – December 5, you don’t need to fight the traffic to hook yourself up with one of these smartphones, since you’ve got a couple of weeks to shop smarter than everyone else in your family.
The AT&T Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are only available to customers who purchase an eligible smartphone with a new line, on an AT&T installment plan and eligible unlimited plan
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