AT&T will offer $1000 discounts on the new iPhone 14 for new and existing customers with an eligible trade-in. Discount is applied via monthly bill credits over a 36 month period (from $22.23/mo. up to $27.78/mo. based on device purchased). The level of this offer will depend on the final value of your trade-in. For those with maximum trade-in value, the 128GB iPhone 14 Pro, 128GB & 256GB iPhone 14 Plus, and 128GB & 256GB iPhone 14 will be free. Orders for Apple’s new iPhone 14 models at AT&T begin on Friday, September 9th.
The fine print:
“NEW AND EXISTING CUSTOMERS CAN GET UP TO $1000 OFF THE IPHONE 14
Limited time offer. You’ll need to:
– Purchase an eligible smartphone on a qualifying installment agreement, including taxes on full retail price (up front) and $35 activation/upgrade fee.
– Activate/keep postpaid unlimited voice & data wireless service (min. $75/mo. for new unlimited customers before discounts). AT&T may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.
– Trade-in an eligible smartphone in good working condition within 30 days of activation.
Then you’ll get:
– Up to $1000 in bill credits with smartphone trade-in value of $230 or higher
– Up to $800 in bill credits with smartphone trade-in value of $130-$229
– Up to $350 in bill credits with smartphone trade-in value of $35-$129
– Credits start within 3 bills after trade-in is completed and will be applied in equal amounts over the term of installment agreement. You will receive catch-up credits once bill credits start. Credit will not exceed the lower of the device cost or the max credit amount as defined above.
– If you cancel wireless service, your credits will end and you’ll owe the remaining balance on the installment agreement for the device purchased.
– For new lines, if you cancel service on any other line on your account within 90 days of activating the line under this offer, device credits will stop.
– If buying on the AT&T Installment Plan with Next Up, customer is responsible and will not receive any credits for the additional 65/mo. Next Up upgrade feature.”