AT&T Matches Rivals With Up To $650 Credit For Switchers, Stacks With B1G1 Phone Offer

The wireless wars are quickly heating up, with even the big players getting roped into battle. It used to be just T-Mobile handing out enticing deals to persuade people to leave their current wireless carrier, but Verizon entered the fray in December. And now, AT&T is offering up a “switch” offer of its own.

“AT&T is offering you up to $650 in credits to help you switch your wireless service to us. Simply purchase a new smartphone on AT&T Next, activate eligible service, port your number, and trade-in your current eligible smartphone.”

$650 is a healthy upgrade from AT&T’s previous offer which gave switchers up to $300 in credit for leaving their existing carrier. But of course, there are some strings attached to receive that full $650. For starters, you’ll have to trade in your existing phone to qualify for the offer. You’ll need to bring your current smartphone to an AT&T store (or trade it in online), where you’ll be given either AT&T store credit or a AT&T Promotion Card covering the value of your device.

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You’ll also have to submit your final statement from the wireless carrier you’re leaving that shows any early termination fees or device balance owed — this amount will net you a Visa prepaid gift card.  The “up to $650” credit amount come from the combined value of the device trade-in and the amount owed on your previous carrier’s final statement.

In addition to up to $650 in credits, AT&T is also allowing new customers combine it with the new Buy One, Get One Free offer which is being offered on a wide range of its popular smartphones.

“Our $650 credit is a great reward for new customers who switch to AT&T and our buy-one, get-one free is another great reward for our valued customers in the market for new smartphones,” said AT&T Mobility CEO Glenn Laurie. “There has never been a better time for new and existing AT&T customers to rack up the savings.”


Tags:  Trade-in, (NYSE:T), at&t, b1g1
Via:  AT&T
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