AT&T Offering 'Buy One Get One Free' Deal on iPhone 6s

ATT-iPhone-6sAT&T on Friday launched a new "Buy One Get One Free" promotion for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5 and select other Samsung smartphones, and MacRumors has learned the deal also applies to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

Beginning today until December 31, 2015, AT&T customers who activate or upgrade to an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus on AT&T Next are eligible to receive a second 16GB iPhone 6s for free, or a $650 bill credit towards the purchase of another iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus model.

The $650 bill credit is spread out into 28 or 30 monthly payments. AT&T Next 24 customers will receive $21.67 over 30 months, while AT&T Next customers with a down payment will receive $23.22 over 28 months, both totaling $650.

Any down payments are due at the time of sale, and monthly bill credits will appear within 2-3 bill cycles. The first payment will be a lump sum of any AT&T Next payments to that date. The original AT&T line must remain in good standing for eligibility.

AT&T has not publicly advertised its "Buy One Get One Free" deal for the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, but customers should be able to visit participating AT&T stores or contact the carrier otherwise to learn more, including exact terms and conditions.

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62 months ago
Top three macrumors stories.
Buy one get one free
Apple Watch at Walmart
Apple pushing upgrades for their phones.

The times appear to be changing.
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62 months ago
Please note that the deal requires you to add a new line.
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62 months ago
So, sign up for Next and be stuck with them for 30 months to actually get a "free" phone. How about I solve a Rubik's cube while blindfolded... it's probably an easier task.
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62 months ago
Never understand these American deals!!!
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62 months ago
Oh the horror Apple doings BOGO deals...cue the "Steve would have never done that"...:p
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62 months ago
Wow. Sales on the iPhone? It must not be doing well. Guess it's off to a slow start. No one wants it. It's useless.

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