AT&T always offers special deals to keep its customers happy. These include discounts on smartphones and other tech products, BOGO offers, various bundles, and more. We’ve rounded up the best AT&T deals that you can get directly from the carrier — check them out below.
The best AT&T deals
Get the new Galaxy Note 20 for free with trade-in
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is one of the hottest new phones on the market, and AT&T is offering you the chance to get one for free. It comes with a massive 6.7-inch WQHD+ display that’s curved on the sides, the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus or Exynos 990 processor (depending on the region), and a 4,500mAh battery. It’s made of metal and glass and supports expandable storage.
To get one for free you need to add or switch to a new unlimited plan and trade in an eligible device. You’ll receive a rebate for the full value of the phone in bill credits.
Get the Galaxy S20 FE for free with trade-in
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is the latest in the Galaxy S-line, and it’s named the “Fan Edition” for a reason. It cuts a few of the features that Galaxy S20 fans are less likely to care about while focusing on those which might excite. It still carries a flagship processor, expandable storage, an IP68 rating, a big AMOLED display, wireless charging, Wireless PowerShare, and a triple-lens rear camera, but there are also a ton of extra software perks for the camera, a bigger battery than the Galaxy S20, and gaming-centric features.
Like the Note 20 deal above, you can get this phone for free with an eligible trade-in. You’ll also save $50 on a pair of the brand-new Galaxy Buds Live with any Samsung device purchase.
Save up to $1,000 on the iPhone 11 range
The Apple savings just keep coming this month. We may be Android Authority, but it’s tough to pass up a good opportunity to save. If you aren’t looking for a budget-friendly iPhone SE, you can grab the iPhone 11 right now with 64GB of storage and save 50%. That works out to be a discount of $350, and you can take your pick of all six vivid colors. All you have to do to get this great deal is add a new line of service and make your first few payments before the bill credits kick in.
If you switch providers and trade in an eligible phone, you can get as much as $1,000 off the iPhone 11 Pro or the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Those savings would effectively make the Pro model free, and the Pro Max version just $99.
Check out the details of all three deals below:
Get the powerful new iPhone SE for $5 per month
The brand-new iPhone SE is hot off of the presses but you can already pick one up for a great price at AT&T. The newest Apple device already offers a great price to go along with the A13 Bionic chip and up to 256GB of storage, so why not save some extra money too? The iPhone SE keeps the classic styling of the iPhone 8 but adds tons of improvements to the mix.
If you’re looking for a chance to try iPhone on a budget, look no further than the widget below for one of the best AT&T deals around.
Looking for an even more affordable iPhone deal? Right now the iPhone XS is also on offer for the princely sum of just $1 per month!
Get the Samsung Galaxy A51 or A71 from just $5 per month
The Galaxy A51 is one of Samsung’s recent mid-range releases. It’s pretty much a direct competitor of the iPhone SE, so AT&T is offering you the same deal to pick one up for $5 per month. It runs on the Exynos 9611 processor and packs 4GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. It’s not our favorite release of 2020 by any stretch, but the camera setup is solid. There’s a main 48mp sensor that bins down to 12MP images, as well as wide-angle and macro lenses, a depth sensor, and a 32MP front-facing camera.
The Galaxy A71 is a more recent and appealing alternative. It offers an excellent screen with solid battery life and speedy performance. The photo capabilities are up to scratch too, with a rear quad-camera array led by a 64MP shooter plus a 32MP selfie cam. It’s on offer for $10 per month right now, which is a half-price deal.
You can also get the A51 for free or the A71 for $5 per month with an eligible trade-in, so there are two ways to save on these phones. Check out your options via the widgets below.
Get AT&T TV and enjoy a year of HBO Max and more
It’s not just about phone deals from AT&T because the offers that come along with AT&T TV are pretty impressive too. When you sign up right now you get a bonus $100 rewards card, and on any of the Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, or Premier packages you also get one full year of HBO Max for free. Even with the extra self-distancing time on your hands, you won’t run out of things to watch.
You can also double your savings when you bundle your AT&T TV with AT&T Internet. Check out the widget below and see how you can sweeten your service.
Trade your phone in and get up to $700 off
If you like free money and you want to get your old phone off of your hands, we’ve got another deal for you. When you trade in any device you’ll get up to $400 off a new phone, or $700 if you’re also switching to AT&T. A few trade-in deals that are even better are highlighted in this post, but for all other devices, this is a very nice incentive. You can apply the discount to any of the latest models across Apple, Samsung, Google, and more.
Buy one Apple Watch and get $200 off a second one
There are AT&T deals available on wearables too. When you purchase two Apple Watches and set up both on qualifying installment agreements, you’ll get $200 off the second watch. That includes the latest Apple Watch Series 6, which was only released last month.
Which Apple Watches are in stock varies on the AT&T site, but the savings apple to every model. Hit the link below to see which ones are available.
Save 20% or more on selected accessories
For a limited time, some nice accessories from AT&T are subject to a 20% price drop. These include a 15W fast-charge wireless charging pad, premium cases for a variety of the latest smartphones, and even a synthetic glass screen protector for your Apple Watch Series 5.
Beyond the best AT&T deals – other plans and promos
Looking for a great deal, or perhaps you’re considering going with a postpaid account? Here are some other great resources worth checking out: