Yesterday we had some great news for existing and future AT&T customers who are in the market for a new Samsung Galaxy device, or rather devices (in plural) since it’s a BOGO deal. Today the carrier announced a few changes to the promotion. Don’t worry, though. No more restrictions or conditions were added. In fact, AT&T extended its buy one get one free deal on iPhones and LG smartphones.
AT&T BOGO promotion now includes iPhones and LG phones in addition to Samsung Galaxy devices
It means that starting today, when you buy an iPhone, Galaxy or LG phone, you can get a second device for free. Keep in mind, though, that both phones need to be from one manufacturer. For example, if you buy a Samsung Galaxy S6, the device you get for free doesn’t have to be another S6. You can choose a different model as long as it’s one of Samsung’s Galaxy premium phones, that is the Galaxy S6 Active, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ or Galaxy Note 5. In other words, you can’t mix brands but you can mix models. New phones that are participating in the deal since today include the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, LG G4 and LG V10.
Other conditions of the promotion remain the same. First of all, both phones need to be purchased via AT&T Next installment plan – any other payment method won’t qualify for the deal. Don’t forget that the second device has to be bought with an AT&T Next 24 plan specifically.
The deal is good for both new and existing customers and the first phone can be an new line or an upgrade, while the second handset must be a new line. Both have to be added to a qualified plan, for instance Mobile Share Value, priced at no less than $70 for two devices. You can get up to $650 in 30 monthly installments and the credits will start within three billing cycles. Great news is that business customers are also eligible for the promotion.
As we reported yesterday, it’s a limited-time offer, though so far AT&T hasn’t reveal any expiration date. Truth be told, in the carrier’s announcement we can read “This weekend, get a free iPhone for your sweetheart” which may imply that it’s a Valentine’s Day promotion, but since no specific date is mentioned, let’s not assume anything. Nevertheless, it probably would be a good idea not to wait too long.