Nothing beats a buy one, get one deal when you want a new cellphone. Seriously, out of the many types of cellphone deals that exist, the rare BOGO offer gets you the most value.
Cellphone carriers usually don’t let BOGO offers sit for too long, so don’t expect these BOGO deals to last forever. Here are the latest buy one, get one cellphone deals available right now.
T-Mobile BOGO Offers
Free iPhone XR
The iPhone XR is a few years old at this point, but it’s still an excellent phone with a beautiful display and reliable battery life.
You can get a free iPhone XR if you switch to T-Mobile and purchase two iPhone XR devices via monthly payments. You’ll automatically get $730 credited to your account, thus canceling out the monthly payments you would pay for the second iPhone XR.
Free Samsung Galaxy S21 5G
To qualify for a free Samsung Galaxy S21 5G from T-Mobile, you’ll need to buy two S21 devices on a monthly installment plan and sign up for at least one new T-Mobile line.
Once you do that, you’ll $800 in credits added to your account, effectively paying for the second Samsung Galaxy S21 5G.
Verizon BOGO Offers
Up to $800 Off a Second iPhone 12
If you buy a new iPhone 12, opt for monthly payments and sign up for a new Verizon unlimited plan, you qualify for $800 off on the next iPhone 12 you purchase.
That $800 off can be used to completely pay off an iPhone 12 (64GB), or you can get $800 off on one of the higher-tier iPhone 12 devices.
Free iPhone 12 Mini
You can get a second iPhone 12 Mini for free when you purchase the first device and sign up for a new Verizon unlimited plan.
All you need to do is add two iPhone 12 Minis into your cart on Verizon, opt for monthly payments on the phones, make sure one of the phones will be used for an unlimited plan, and you’ll get $700 in credit back.
This $700 will automatically cover your monthly payments on the second iPhone 12 Mini.
Those are the best wireless BOGO deals available right now. Sadly, AT&T isn’t offering any BOGO right now, but these are excellent opportunities if you were thinking about switching to Verizon or T-Mobile.
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