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AT&T has a new BOGO deal on the Apple iPhone X for Father's Day

This Sunday, June 17th, is Father's Day and that traditionally means there will be some great deals on new smartphones. For example, AT&T now has a BOGO deal on 2018's most popular handset, the Apple iPhone X. As Dr. Phil might say, when it comes to such an offer, this isn't the carrier's first rodeo. After all, back in February AT&T went BOGO on the tenth anniversary iPhone.

So here's how this works. Buy two 64GB Apple iPhone X units on AT&T's Next (30 months) or Next Every Year (24 months) installment plans. Taxes are due at the time of purchase. The first Apple iPhone X can be for a new line or an upgrade. The second unit needs to be accompanied by the activation of a new line. After three months, AT&T will give you monthly bill credits adding up to $999.99 over 30 months. You can substitute the 64GB or 256GB Apple iPhone 8, or 64GB Apple iPhone 8 Plus as the free unit, or apply the $999.99 credit toward the purchase of the 256GB Apple iPhone X,

If you opt for the 30 month AT&T Next plan, you'll be paying $33.34 a month. The AT&T Next Every Year plan will set you back $41.33 a month over 24 months. With the latter, you can upgrade to next year's model after paying off 50% of the cost of your current phone.

The BOGO deal ends on June 19th, so this really is a limited time offer. For some reason, the BOGO has yet to be reflected on AT&T's website, although the company has posted a media release about it. Your best bet is to call your local store and see if they are knowledgeable about the iPhone X BOGO (and if they're not, tell them to read about it on PhoneArena).

source: AT&T (1), (2)

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