Excellent AT&T deal lowers Galaxy Z Flip 4 to $0 with EVERY Samsung trade-in

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Are you interested in picking up Samsung’s hot new Galaxy Z Fold 4 or Z Flip 4 powerhouses and haven’t taken advantage of the excellent pre-order deals prior to the start of yesterday’s pre-order? Don’t want to score PhoneArena Exclusive Limited Time Discount Up To $300 With Little To No Effort On Samsung’s Official US Website?

Don’t worry, you may be able to maximize your savings at AT&T and also qualify for a free (!!!) Galaxy Z Flip 4 5G with minimal hassle. Yes, this awesome launch promotion is somewhat like what T-Mobile currently offers, but while the country’s third-largest carrier will force you to trade in your existing device for discounts of up to $1,000, that device really doesn’t have to be anything great.
Plus, you don’t have to open a new service line, let alone a brand new account, or enter a number from another mobile network operator to earn that incredible free money.

Here are all the phones that are now worth $1,000

  • Apple iPhone 7, 7 Plus, SE (2nd generation), 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, iPhone SE (3rd generation)
  • Samsung Galaxy S, S 4G, S Aviator, SL, S Blaze, S Duos, S Duos 2, S Glide, SII, SII HD, SII LTE, SII Plus, SII Skyrocket, SII X, SIII, SIII Mini, SIII Mini VE , S Lightray 4G, S Plus, S Relay, S Showcase, S Vibrant, S3 Neo, S4, S4 Active, S4 BE, S4 Duos, S4 Mini, S4 Triband, S4 X, S4 Zoom, S5, S5 Mini, S5 Sport , S5 Active, S6, S6 Active, Edge+ Duos, S6 Edge, S6 Edge TD, S6 Edge+, S7, S7 Active, S7 Edge, S8, S8 Active, S8 Duos, A50, A50s, A51, A70, S8+, S9, S9+, S9+ Duos, A71, A71 5G, S10, S10+, S10 5G, S10e, S10 Lite, Note, Note II, Note3, Note3 Neo, Note4, Note4 Duos, Note4 S, Note Edge, Note5, Note5 Duos, Note7, Note8, Note9, Note10, S20, S20 5G, S20+, Note10+, Note10+ 5G, Z Flip, S20 FE, S20 FE 5G, S21 5G, XCover Pro, Fold, Fold 5G, S20 Ultra 5G, Note20, Note20 Ultra 5G, S21+ 5G, S21 Ultra 5G, ZFold2 5G, Z Flip3 5G, Z Fold3 5G, S22, S22+, S22 Ultra
  • Google Pixel 4, 4 XL, 4a, Pixel 5, 5a
  • LG Stylo 6, V50 ThinQ, V60 ThinQ, WING 5G
  • Moto Z4, Edge+, G Stylus 5G, Razr 5G,
  • OnePlus 7 Pro, 7 Pro 5G, 7T, 7T Pro 5G McLaren, 8 5G, 8 Pro, 8T, 8T+, 9 5G, 9 Pro 5G
  • ZTE Red Magic 3
  • Microsoft Surface Duo

Wait what?!

It’s true, you can save a thousand dollars off the list prices of the 5G-enabled Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 at AT&T by simply ditching a 12-year-old Galaxy S. Or the original 2011 Galaxy Note. Or each other Galaxy handset in each prerequisite.

That means the phone you want to upgrade to one of Samsung’s latest and greatest foldable phones doesn’t even have to turn on and may show very obvious signs of damage (including cracked glass, dents, and scratches), and it will still are eligible for a full $1,000 discount (via monthly billing credits) as long as the device is in the list above.

The only other things to keep in mind when buying a free Galaxy Z Flip 4 or $800 Z Fold 4 is that a monthly installment agreement is also required, and the same goes for unlimited wireless service (on a new or existing plan). That’s it, that’s the whole deal, and it’s absolutely incredibly hard to turn down both current and new AT&T subscribers.

Get even more discounts

Yes, the $1,000 trade-in credit offer can be easily combined with the two pre-order deals now available just about everywhere, so you can really maximize your savings while taking one of the total best phones this year.
We’re talking, of course, about a free memory upgrade that brings the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 down to $0 and $800 in 256 and 512 GB variants, respectively, instead of their entry-level 128 and 256 gig storage configurations, as well as a free protective case courtesy of Samsung.
All that makes it pretty much impossible to beat this kind of value in today’s mobile landscape, especially with so few commitments. Don’t forget to hurry up and get your pre-order in, though, as this incredible combination of deals expires August 25th.

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