Deal: Buy an iPhone XR for only $300 from AT&T (new line required)

Deal: Buy an iPhone XR for only $300 from AT&T (new line required)
Earlier in September, when Apple unveiled the brand new iPhone 11 series, it lowered the starting price of last year's iPhone XR from $749 to $599. If you like the iPhone XR but don't think $599 is the right price for it, you may want to know that AT&T lets you save $299 on the handset and buy it for $300, although only in certain conditions.   

To get the iPhone XR for only $300 from AT&T you need to purchase the device with a 30-month installment plan and add a new line of service (both existing and new customers qualify). AT&T's 30-month installment plan normally requires you to pay $20 per month for the iPhone XR, but, thanks to the carrier's new deal, you will pay just $10 per month - that's $300 in total. To be clear, this is valid only for the iPhone XR 64 GB, as models with more storage space are excluded from the offer.

See this iPhone XR deal HERE at AT&T

This AT&T iPhone XR 64 GB deal is available for all color variants of the handset: blue, black, coral, white, red, and yellow. According to AT&T, this is a limited time offer, but the carrier doesn't say when it's supposed to expire. 

The Apple iPhone XR isn't much different from the new iPhone 11. However, the latter has a more powerful processor and an upgraded camera, plus some other less notable enhancements. If you need a new AT&T service line and you don't plan to leave the carrier anytime soon, getting an iPhone XR for just $300 seems to be a good deal.

Related phones

iPhone XR
  • Display 6.1" 828 x 1792 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 7 MP front
  • Processor Apple A12 Bionic, Hexa-core, 2490 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB
  • Battery 2942 mAh(25h talk time)



1. sgodsell

Posts: 7416; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

How the hell can you call this a deal? So you have to pay $300 up front for an iPhone XR, and $300 for the 30 month contract. This is so not a deal. This is the farthest thing from an actual deal.

2. Alcyone

Posts: 461; Member since: May 10, 2018

I agree. Can't say whats on my mind. I'll get a third warning. Truth hurts feelings.

3. vincebk

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 30, 2018

Where do you see that you have to pay $300 up front. There's a $30 activation fee and you get a $300 Visa Reward card. Looks like a deal to me.

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