Deal: AT&T Offer Buy One Smartphone Get One Free

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AT&T has brought back its Buy One, Get One promotion with select phones, allowing you to get a second phone for free through bill credits when buying one. To make the deal even sweeter, If you are interested in the deal, just note that the offer ends on August 31st.

The promotion on select Samsung and LG smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and S7, Galaxy S7 active, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 active 32 GB, LG G5 and V10, and the Galaxy Note5.

In addition to the BOGO deal, AT&T is running a couple of Samsung and LG-specific offers. On the Samsung side, you can get a free Gear S2 or a Gear S2 Classic for $49.99 with a two-year contract when you buy a Galaxy smartphone. Meanwhile, folks that buy an LG G5 or LG V10 with this BOGO deal can get a free LG G Pad X 10.1 with a two-year agreement.

AT&T BOGO details
● Purchase both phones on either AT&T Next Every Year, AT&T Next or, for business customers, on Equipment Installment Plans (EIP):
● Both phones must be from the same manufacturer.
● The first phone can be a new line or an upgrade.
● The second phone needs to be a new line.
● The phones may be bought on any combination of AT&T Next (30-month contract for up to $695 or $23.17 a month), AT&T Next Every Year (24-month contract for up to $695 or $28.96 a month), or for business customers only, EIP (24-month contract for up to $695 or $23.17 a month) or EIP (36-month contract for up to $695 or $19.31 a month).

● Add both phones to a qualified service plan, like the AT&T Unlimited Plan2 or a Mobile Share Value plan, for as low as $70 a month for 2 smartphones on Mobile Share Value.
● Pay just taxes for both phones at sale.
● Start receiving bill credits after 3 bill cycles or fewer – up to $695 spread out over the monthly bill cycles of your installment plan. Or, you can apply the monthly credits towards the purchase of other eligible smartphones, which will be discounted but not free.
● BOGO must consist of devices from same manufacturer and the total amount of credit available varies by manufacturer.
Source : AT&T