AT&T is spreading out its iphone contract installment plans to 30 months instead of 24. This translates to you paying $21.67 per month for the 32GB iPhone 7, making it one of the lowest tariffs currently up for grabs.
AT&T also has a special $0 free 32GB iPhone 7 offer which ends on October 31. Under the terms of the deal, you’ll have to purchase the new apple iphone on AT&T Next and DirecTV in order to get $650 in bill credits. This amount is divided into monthly installments to pay off the retail value of the device.
This credit can also be used against the more expensive variants of the iPhone 7 for a major discount. Note that you’ll have to select a minimum $50/month qualifying wireless plan and a $29.99/month DirecTV service. Moreover, monthly bill credits will only begin after 3 bill cycles.
The downside here is that you’ll have to maintain both services for up to 30 months in order to keep the credits coming. If you back out, you’ll have to cough up the remaining installment balance of up to $970. Furthermore, upgrading or paying up early may result in your credits ending. You’ll also have to pay taxes on the full retail price of iphone at the time of purchase.
You can check out AT&T’s offer here.