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2 Limited time offer (Ends 3/31/16 in Puerto Rico) Select devices. BOGO must be same manufacturer. Requires well qualified credit. Free device requires 30-month 0% APR agreement (up to $21.67 per month). Pay up to $65.01 on free device before credits start. If wireless service on a device is cancelled, that device balance (up to $950) is due. Activation, other fees, monthly, other charges and restrictions apply. Void in CT, RI & Miami-Dade county. See details at

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I have had the very same problem. We bought my husband an iPhone 6s on December 22, 2015 and SUPPOSEDLY got our daughter an iPhone 6s free in doing so because we activated a new line for her. When we got them, we were informed we would begin receiving credits for our daughter's phone on our bill after 3 months. Well, we have received 7 bills since then and have YET to receive a credit. I have called AT&T 4 times now and have notes from each conversation with them. I have been given every excuse in the book about why we haven't received a credit. The last couple of times I spoke to someone, they told me the gentleman who sold us the phones put us on the wrong plan. That is not our problem, and the AT&T representatives told us that. They told me they would correct the problem and we would receive a credit on our next bill. I just received an email saying our bill was ready and when I looked at it, we STILL don't have a credit. I have threatened to switch to Verizon and I am more than ready to do so. From what I understand, their service is much better in our area anyway. We never would have gotten our daughter the phone and we certainly wouldn't have activated a new line if we knew this would happen. If it was just a few dollars, I wouldn't care, but $650 is a BIG deal. We have been EXTREMELY loyal customers and pay our bills well before the deadline; however, we will not pay another dime to AT&T unless this matter is resolved immediately. Furthermore, we will discourage everyone we know from using AT&T as his or her carrier.

Free device requires 30-month 0% APR agreement (up to $21.67 per month). Pay up to $65.01 on free device before credits start. If wireless service on a device is cancelled, that device balance (up to $950) is due.

Via, the customer will simply validate their mobile number and will then be directed to where a coupon code for their free ticket will automatically be applied at checkout when they buy one full price ticket.

AT&T deals are especially good if you're adding new lines, trading in, or switching carriers. With these offers, you can often save hundreds of dollars of the retail price of a new phone, and sometimes you can even get the phone for free. AT&T might not have quite the coverage Verizon does, but with these discounts and the generally cheaper pricing of its plans, your savings can start to add up.

Apple iPhone 14 & 14 Plus: up to $800 off with trade-in and unlimited plan at AT&T (opens in new tab)AT&T's deals on the iPhone 14 offer the usual trade-in rebate of up to $800 this week - essentially the standard rate offered on the device since launch. While not the most exciting offer, this rebate is in fact enough to get the standard device for free if your old device is valued highly enough. Bear in mind, however, that you will need to be getting a new device on an unlimited data plan to be eligible here. These can be pretty pricey (like $80 per month), so it's definitely worth lining up a trade-in for a respectable discount. See this same deal on the iPhone 14 Plus (opens in new tab).

Samsung Galaxy S23: save up to $800 with a trade-in and unlimited plan at AT&T (opens in new tab)The latest Samsung Galaxy device is here and this week's AT&T deals are offering an incredibly enticing trade-in rebate of up to $800. This saving is enough to get the standard Galaxy S23 for free and it's actually pretty easy to get the full rebate right now (the trade-in conditions are very generous. As always, however, you will need to pair this deal up with an unlimited data plan to be eligible for a saving. See this same deal on the Galaxy S23 Plus (opens in new tab).

If you haven't found the AT&T deals you're looking for this week, feel free to bookmark this page and return next week. Alternatively, check out our Verizon deals page for all the latest offers on AT&T's main competitor.

Galaxy S23: free w/ trade-in @ AT&T (opens in new tab)AT&T is offering the Galaxy S23 for free with trade-in of an older Galaxy phone. You'll also need an eligible 5G unlimited data plan. The S23 features a 6.1-inch AMOLED 2340 x 1080 display, 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Rear cameras include a 50MP main, 12MP ultrawide, and 10MP telephoto (3x zoom) accompanied by a 12MP front camera.

iPhone 14: free w/ trade-in + unlimited @ AT&T (opens in new tab)AT&T is offering Apple's current flagship for free. New and existing AT&T members can get the iPhone 14 for free after trade-in and with an eligible 5G data plan. This includes the new iPhone 14 (yellow).

Pixel 7 Pro: free w/ trade-in @ AT&T (opens in new tab)New and existing AT&T customers can get the Pixel 7 Pro for free with trade-in. You'll also need to pick or upgrade to an eligible unlimited plan to get this deal. (Click on the blue "Available Offers" tab to see the details to this deal).

Galaxy S23: free with trade-in @ AT&T (opens in new tab)For a limited time, new and existing AT&T customers can trade in an old phone and you'll get the Galaxy S23 for free. You'll need to sign up to an unlimited data plans. That's one of the best AT&T phone deals we've seen this month.

Yes, you can enjoy free shipping on your new AT&T phone or other devices. You can also choose to select the curbside pickup option at checkout to get free same-day pickup. If you need to return your phone for any reason, free returns are available on most devices.

In previous years, the company has offered discounts like $100 reward cards and six free months of Spotify Premium with a TV and internet bundle. They have also promoted huge savings on iPhones, Samsung Galaxy, and Google Pixel phones with discounts ranging up to 75%. Additionally, new and existing customers alike can find exclusive deals on smartwatches, headphones, earbuds, and other tech accessories.

AT&T offers a number of shipping offers for its phone, internet, and business customers. The best part is that all shipping is free. Where available, cell phone customers can get free same-day delivery and optional expert set-up. Select areas can also opt for contactless delivery that you can schedule for a specific time. Curbside pick-up is also available for free.

Can I tailgate?Tailgating is permitted in all paid parking areas. It is prohibited in the free parking lots next to the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. There are further restrictions at Raider Park.

Is there free entertainment around the stadium prior to the game?Yes! Fans are encouraged to visit Raider Alley beginning three hours prior to each home game. Raider Alley is located just south of Gate 1 next to the Frazier Alumni Pavilion and offers live entertainment, including the Texas Tech Spirit Squads. Food vendors from local restaurants will offer a wide variety of food items for purchase.What time does the Goin' Band march to the stadium?The The Goin' Band From Raiderland will make its traditional march to Jones AT&T Stadium from the music building 45 minutes before each home game. Fans are encouraged to line the street to watch this traditional parade by the best band in the land!

At any given time, you can walk into a wireless carrier's retail store or visit its website and see countless free phone promotions. As we just saw with the launch of the iPhone 13 lineup and Apple including carrier deals on its own website, even the iPhone maker is getting more aggressive with supporting carrier smartphone promotions.

One question always comes up with promotions like this: Are free smartphones really free? Let's take a closer look at what's often required by carriers in order to qualify for a promotion, and in most cases, what that ends up costing you.

Trading in your current phone is a key part of nearly every free smartphone deal. But not all phones are treated equally when it comes to overall value. It makes sense that a Samsung Galaxy S10 doesn't hold the same value as a Galaxy S21 Ultra.

But that's one of the "gotchas" with the current landscape of smartphone promotions. The free-phone-deals are advertised as a best case scenario. Meaning, with a trade-in that brings in the maximum value.

AT&T's current promotions allow you to sign up for any unlimited plan, with prices starting at $75 per month for a single line. T-Mobile currently has a promotion for a free iPhone 13 Pro with an eligible trade-in, and when you sign up for its $85 per month Magenta Max plan.

If you meet the trade-in and unlimited plan requirements, the final aspect of most free phone promotions is that the cost of the device is credited to your account over a set amount of time. For example, AT&T currently lists the 128GB iPhone 13 as free with a trade-in and unlimited plan. The cost of the iPhone 13 is broken down into monthly payments of $22.23 over the course of 36 months (36 x $22.23 = $800.28).

Carriers often have some sort of promotion that includes two phones. The first you pay for on a monthly payment plan, and the second you get for free when you add a new line of service to your account.

One such option is the various companies are bundling a free Apple TV+ subscription with their services. For example, there is the option to get a free year subscription to Apple TV+ with T-Mobile (if you live in the US), you can also get six months free Apple TV+ with a PlayStation 5 or three months with PlayStation 4. Find out more about these deals below. 041b061a72


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