AT&T Launches Father's Day 'Buy One, Get One' iPhone X Deal

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AT&T has launched a new Father's Day deal for the next few days, offering new and existing customers who purchase an iPhone X as an upgrade or a new line a second iPhone X at no additional cost as long as it's for a new line.


Customers will need to finance both iPhone X devices via AT&T Next 30 or AT&T Next Every Year, but within three billing cycles they will begin receiving bill credits totaling up to $999.99 spread out over 30 months. Tax on the full cost of both phones is due at the time of purchase, and the deal runs through June 19.

AT&T's product pages aren't yet reflecting the full $999.99 promo for the iPhone X, but the deal is live and will be applied at the end of the checkout process.

AT&T has been offering a similar BOGO deal on the iPhone 8 as well as a $0 iPhone SE offer, and those deals continue to be valid for a limited time.

As always, head over to our Deals Roundup for all of the latest sales and bargains.

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28 months ago
ATT recently took advantage of a Buy One Get One deal themselves: buy Time, get Warner
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28 months ago

If this deal allowed me to pay $1000 cash and get a free X immediately I would typing this from the nearest AT&T store right now. Just isn’t worth it. I can find brand new sealed unlocked Xs for $800 on my local Craigslist. I’m actually in the market for one to give to my dad.

Wait... you want AT&T to GIVE you a free iPhone X without guaranteeing they get your business for at least 24 months? Why would a business ever do this? They take a hit on the hardware, but they get your wireless business so it’s a win-win if you plan on staying with AT&T.

I really hope you’re not in business for yourself. That place would hemorrhage money.
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28 months ago

IphoneX - just another mobile phone like all the others.

Thank you for your in-depth analysis. I can also confirm that the iPhone X has a screen, wireless radios, various processing chips, and a few buttons.

Ladies and gentlemen, please join us next time for another classic episode of "Why did this need to be said?"
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28 months ago
This is in case you aren’t 100 on who your dad is.
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28 months ago

They have these deals every other week. Always needs a new line in the fine print.

This is the first one I remember where you can get two iPhone X devices. I've seen two iPhone 8 frequently and even one X at full price and one 8 for no extra cost, but not two X.
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28 months ago
I’ll wait for the next big thing on September..
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