Top 4 Ways to Save on an iPhone 11

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You probably don’t think cheap when you think of the new iPhone 11 cellphones. Prices for the basic iPhone 11 start at $699, while the amped-up iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999 and the even more sophisticated iPhone 11 Pro Max prices start at a whopping $1,099. However you cut it, that’s a lot of money for a new phone.

But you don’t have to pay full price for an iPhone 11. Deals on the latest models of the popular flagship phone are readily available from the big four carriers: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.

AT&T’s iPhone 11 deals

AT&T currently has a great deal for the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. To take full advantage of this deal, new customers porting in their old number can trade in an eligible device and receive up to $700 in credit spread over the monthly payments. Plus, new customers buying an AT&T unlimited plan with a minimum $70 per month payment will receive a $300 Visa Reward Card.

Examples of eligible trade-in devices include iPhone 6 Plus or newer and Samsung Galaxy 6S Edge or newer.

Two iPhone 11 deals from Sprint

Sprint gives you two different ways to save on iPhone 11 devices.

First, you can lease a new iPhone 11 64GB on Sprint Flex for a low monthly device payment of just $15. That’s a savings of $14.17 per month. This discounted price does not apply to the iPhone 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max.

With the second option, lease any of the iPhone 11 models with Sprint Flex and get a second iPhone 11 on a free lease. This deal requires two new lines or the addition of a second new line if you are an existing Sprint customer.

T-Mobile iPhone 11 deals

With T-Mobile, any customer activating a new line and trading in their old iPhone (6s or newer) in good condition will receive up to $580 in credit off the price of a new iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max. The credit will be applied over 24 monthly payments.

Verizon iPhone 11 deals

Verizon is offering gigantic deals on the new iPhones, which include both a hefty discount with trade-in and a set of great gifts.

New customers switching to a Verizon unlimited plan can trade in an eligible device to receive up to $500 off (credit applied over monthly payments). On top of that, you’ll get a $200 prepaid Mastercard. If that isn’t enough for you, Verizon is also gifting new customers a free Echo Dot and Amazon Smart Plug.

Big gifts and big savings make this Verizon deal one of the best around.

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