AT&T launches BOGO deals on iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5

AT&T kicks off holiday sales in style with BOGO (buy one, get one free) deals on some of its most popular flagship smartphones. There are a couple of devices that qualify for this promotional offer, which cover both Android and iOS platforms.

For example, you can get the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus on AT&T, and the carrier will offer you an iPhone 7 32GB for free using bill credits. How does it work? It's pretty simple.

You can buy any of the eligible smartphones and get one for free after up to $695 in monthly bill credits on some of the carrier's most popular handsets when you buy both on AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year with eligible service and add a new line.

The BOGO deals are available starting this weekend and through December 24. In case you're wondering what are the eligible smartphones for the BOGO deals, AT&T says that you can get “virtually every one you would want for the holidays.”

Aside from the BOGO deal on iPhone 7, there's one for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and another one for the LG G5. So, if you buy a Samsung or LG smartphone, you will get a Galaxy S7 or a G5 for free.

On top of that, if you're a new AT&T customers, you can get up to $650 in credits per line that's supposed to help you switch when you trade in your current smartphones and take advantage of the BOGO deal.

AT&T also offers customers who already have DIRECTV unlimited data for 4 smartphones lines for $180 a month.

source: AT&T



1. Tuxedo

Posts: 356; Member since: Mar 19, 2013

Finally some ATT deals...

2. jack123

Posts: 278; Member since: Jan 07, 2013

20 months commitment for free phone.

3. Gsmalltheway

Posts: 278; Member since: Aug 15, 2009

who switches carriers every few months anyway? I was with Tmobile for 8 years before ATT which i have been with for 4 now. 20 months for a free phone? count me in

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