iPhone 14 Pro for FREE? Check out this stunning AT&T offer
Looking to buy the newly launched iPhone 14 Pro? You’re in luck as you can get it for free with this amazing offer brought to you by AT&T. Check out the offer details below.
Want to pre-order the iPhone 14 Pro? You might want to hold on as AT&T has announced a stunning offer which can get you the iPhone 14 Pro for free. No, we're not joking. AT&T has announced a new plan with a trade-in offer where you can purchase the iPhone 14 Pro without paying anything at all, except a small $35 device activation fee.
To get the iPhone 14 Pro for free, you just need to enroll in one of AT&T's unlimited plans which start at $45 a month and go up to $70 a month. Next, you can trade-in your old smartphone. AT&T is offering up to $1000 off as a trade-in bonus, the iPhone 14 Pro will be yours without paying anything! It should be noted that the trade-in value depends on the model and condition of your old smartphone.
How to get the AT&T iPhone 14 Pro offer
First, visit the AT&T website and choose the smartphone you want to buy.
Next, choose the internal memory and colour option and select the device you want to trade-in.
Click on continue and select either the new user or the existing user option.
Pick your desired plan from the options given.
In the next screen you will need to enter your address as well as correspondence details. Proceed to make payment.
Once done, your iPhone 14 Pro will be shipped to you soon.
iPhone 14 Pro Specifications
Apple's newest flagship, the iPhone 14 Pro has a 6.1-inch Super XDR OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It is powered by the A16 Bionic processor paired with 6GB of RAM and up to 1TB storage. iPhone 14 Pro has a triple camera setup at the back with a 48MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor and a 12MP telephoto sensor. The smartphone has a 12MP front camera for selfies. The smartphone is 5G capable and runs on Apple's new iOS 16 firmware.
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