What do you need to trade in to get $800 off?
While the full list of eligible devices is just too long to get through without going crazy, here’s a few examples to help you understand a little bit what you’re dealing with:
- Samsung Galaxy S, SII, SIII and above
- Galaxy Note and older
- Galaxy A50, A42 5G and A70
- Apple iPhone 7 and later
- iPhone SE (2nd generation)
- Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3a and above
- LG V50 ThinQ, Velvet 5G, Wing 5G and Stylo 6
- OnePlus 6T and above
- OnePlus Nord, Nord N100, N10 5G and N200 5G
- Moto Z4
- Moto G Stylus and G Stylus 5G
- Motorola One 5G and One 5G Ace
- ZTE Red Magic 3 and Red Magic 5S
Believe it or not, the old Galaxy S II is estimated to be worth $800 in 2022… even if it doesn’t work.
By contrast, iPhone 13 Pro Max buyers can currently qualify for a modest $350 discount with a Galaxy S8 trade-in. And the best part about these great deals is that your used Galaxy S4 (or Note 3, or S5 Active, or iPhone 7) doesn’t even have to be turned on or come with a working screen to be valued at $800 by AT&T. That’s right, broken phones with shattered screens are accepted… as long as they’re part of the extended group mentioned above.
What are the conditions?
As you may have already discovered, monthly installment agreements are mandatory, and your savings are deposited into your account in the form of bill credits over the three-year term of that, well, contract.
Both new and existing customers can join the $800 discount lot, where the activation or maintenance of postpaid unlimited wireless service with a minimum of $75 per month (for new subscribers “before discounts”) is essentially the last major requirement that you should consider before making your purchase decision.