Xfinity Mobile launches Black Friday 2021 Apple iPhone deals, get up to $1000 back when you switch

Apple iPhone 13Xfinity Mobile has launched their Black Friday 2021 iPhone offers. If you switch to Xfinity Mobile and open a new line of service, they will take up to $1000 off the price of a new iPhone through a combination of offers. Depending on the phone, these offers include $200 off any iPhone 13 or 12, a free 64GB iPhone SE (should you choose that phone), and a free $450 prepaid card with trade-in + $150 cash back with trade-in (both depending on the value of your trade).

The fine print: “Offers end 12/6/21 and only available while supplies last. Up to $1,000 based on combination of (1) up to $450 prepaid card for trade -in of eligible phone and purchase of eligible phone from Xfinity Mobile with new or existing line; (2) up to $399.99 off purchase of new, eligible iPhone SE 64GB, with new line activation, porting of phone number within 30 days of phone purchase and 24-month Xfinity Mobile Device Payment Plan  Contract (“Device Contract”). Device credits applied monthly to your account over 24 months so long as Device Contract is in effect. If line is canceled, voluntarily or involuntarily or device payments are accelerated, balance of credits associated with device payment are forfeited.  Prepaid card mailed to Xfinity account holder within 4-6 weeks of phone activation and expires in 180 days. Maximum $450 in prepaid card amount per customer/account. Multiple cards may be issued based on total qualifying amount; and (3) up to $150 back for eligible phone trade-in. Trade-in devices must be in working condition and accepted by Assurant.  Actual trade- in amount varies depending on model of phone for trade -in and purchase. Existing phone must be paid in full in order to be traded in. Offers not valid with prior purchases, returns, or exchanges. May not be combined with other offers.”

This deal is live today at Xfinity Mobile. For the latest prices & sales, keep an eye on our iPhone Price Tracker, updated daily.

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