Deal: Get a free iPhone 8 from AT&T (terms and conditions apply)

Deal: Get a free iPhone 8 from AT&T (terms and conditions apply)
The last time AT&T offered a free Apple iPhone, it was the old and rather inexpensive iPhone SE that could have been yours for $0 in certain conditions. For a limited time, AT&T is now offering a newer and more valuable iPhone model for free - the iPhone 8 64 GB, normally costing $600 at AT&T and Apple. Naturally, some specific conditions have to be met in this case, too.

You can get a free iPhone 8 64 GB from AT&T only if you add a new line of service - to a new or existing account - with an AT&T unlimited plan of minimum $80 per month. The smartphone must be bought on AT&T Next (with monthly payments of $20 for 30 months) or on AT&T Next Every Year (with monthly payments of $25 for 24 months). If all conditions are met, you will receive $600 back in monthly bill credits over 30 or 24 months, starting with the 3rd bill cycle.

Get this iPhone 8 deal at AT&T here

This offer is valid through June 6, 2019 still valid as of today, June 10, 2019. Only the iPhone 8 64 GB can be had for free (in space gray, silver, or gold). The iPhone 8 256 GB is not part of the deal, so this variant is sold at the full price of $749. The iPhone 8 Plus is also excluded from the offer.

Released in September 2017, the iPhone 8 doesn't have the modern design of Apple's latest family of handsets (iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR), but it's still a powerful and respectable device. If you're okay with the iPhone 8's screen size - 4.7 inches - and you need an unlimited plan from AT&T, getting this device for free doesn't sound bad at all.

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iPhone 8
  • Display 4.7 inches
    1334 x 750 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
    7 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A11 Bionic
    2GB RAM
  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 1821 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x


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