If you have missed out on buying the new Samsung Galaxy S22 with pre-order benefits on a network of your choice, don’t worry. AT&T has got you covered! You can still exchange and trade in eligible phones to practically get the new S22 for free. The network is currently offering everyone a chance to own one of the best smartphones launched this year for an unreal discounted price. Here is how you can get one:
Double the benefits
If you buy the Samsung Galaxy S22 now, you can get the 256GB variant for the same price as the 128GB variant, with AT&T’s current promotion available only on their website. The margin of difference is quite negligible, as you pay $49.99 extra for the increased storage. Alternatively, AT&T offers an equated installment plan of $23.62/month, which is spread over a period of 36 months. Also, all trade-in offers and exchange benefits are applicable on this purchase.
AT&T practically pays for your new Galaxy S22 if you buy now. You can exchange any old smartphone and receive credits worth $800 that covers 94% of the total phone cost! The offer is only applicable on older Samsung Galaxy S, Z, and Note devices and select iPhones and Google Pixel devices.
Another cool way to get the credits if you don’t have an old phone to exchange is by purchasing any eligible smartphone listed with AT&T. This can be done in the following manner.
- Simply buy a qualifying phone from the list, pay all taxes and activation fee of $30, and choose an installment plan.
- New customers must also activate a postpaid number worth $75/month with the services for this offer.
- Finally, you can trade in the activated phone to get the full $800 benefit within the first 30 days. The credits will be distributed to pay for the equated installments according to your chosen plan.
This is an excellent deal if you are an existing AT&T customer, as you avoid paying for the extra cost of paying to be eligible for the offer. New customers should also bear in mind that you will have to stick with the network for the duration of the installment plan, or the credits will lapse. Moreover, canceling the wireless service or any inclusive offer will force you to pay the remainder of the cost owed to the service.