We’ve rounded up the best AT&T deals that you can get directly from the carrier as well as retailers like Best Buy — check them out below.
AT&T — BOGO deals on Samsung and LG devices
AT&T has a few BOGO deals on offer. If you buy the Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, S8 Active, or Note 8, the carrier will give you a Galaxy S8 for free. You can also choose any of the other models mentioned as a second device, but it won’t be completely free. The BOGO deal gets you $750 in credits (value of the Galaxy S8), so you’ll have to pay the price difference if you chose the more expensive S8 Plus, S8 Active, or the Note 8.
The BOGO deal is also valid for the LG V30 ($800) and G6 ($585). Combos are allowed, so you can get two V30 smartphones, a V30 and a G6, or two G6 handsets. The free device is the one with the lower price, which means you can’t buy the G6 and get the V30 for free.
All BOGO deals have the same terms and conditions. You have to buy both smartphones through AT&T Next on installment plans. A monthly credit is then applied to your account over 30 months that basically makes the second device free.
AT&T — Google Home deals
AT&T is offering a $30 discount on the Google Home smart speaker, bringing its price down to $99. The carrier has also reduced the price of the Home Mini by $10, which means you can now get it for $39.
You can save even more if you buy both devices. The bundle retails for $118, which is $20 less than if you were to purchase the two products separately.
Google’s Home devices are powered by Assistant and can be controlled via voice commands. They can play your favorite songs from services like Google Play Music and Spotify, tell you what the weather is like, and answer various questions you might have, among other things. You can learn more about the larger model by checking out our review of the Google Home.
AT&T — Buy the LG V30 and get $200 in credits
You can get $200 in credits if you buy the V30 from AT&T. As always, terms and conditions apply: You have to trade in an eligible smartphone that has a value of at least $20 and buy LG’s flagship on an installment plan. A postpaid service (voice & data) is also required for new customers at a minimum of $45 per month after AutoPay and Paperless billing discount.
The $200 in credits can be used for AT&T products and services at the carrier’s retail stores as well as online. You can also use it to pay your wireless bills.
The V30 is currently the best LG smartphone you can get your hands on. The flagship sports a 6-inch QHD+ display, is powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset, and offers 4 GB of RAM. It’s also equipped with a dual-camera setup on the back and has a gorgeous design. Check out our review of the LG V30 to learn more.
AT&T — Get a 20 percent discount on accessories
The carrier will take 20 percent off your purchase if you get at least three accessories — a maximum of 10 items is allowed. The deal is available at select stores and online. Visit AT&T’s website, add at least three accessories to your cart, and the discount will automatically be applied.
There are a lot of different items to choose from including power banks, cases, media streaming devices, and more. You can check out all of them by heading to the carrier’s online shop via the button below.
AT&T — Get $200 off the Galaxy S7 Edge
You can get a good deal on the Galaxy S7 Edge over at Best Buy. The retailer is offering a $200 discount on the device if you get it through AT&T Next on an installment plan (30 months). You’ll have to dish out $16.49 each month, which means the smartphone will set you back around $495.
The Galaxy S7 Edge might not be the latest and greatest Samsung smartphone, but it’s still a good option for demanding users. It comes with a 5.5-inch QHD display, the Snapdragon 820 chipset, and 4 GB of RAM. Other specs and features include a 3,600 mAh battery, IP68 rating for protection against water, and a 5 MP selfie snapper. Want to learn more? Take a look at our Galaxy S7 Edge review for more details about the device.
There you have it — these are the best AT&T deals currently available. Have we missed any? Let us know in the comments!
February 27, 2018 at 03:45AM