Attractive deal on Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max rolled out! Get it at a starting price of $30.56
AT&T is offering the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max priced at just $30.56 monthly instalment. Check out the deal here.
Planning to buy a new iPhone 13 Pro Max on a budget? This attractive deal can get you a new iPhone 13 Pro Max at a monthly instalment of $30.56. Want to know how? Well! AT&T is giving away the iPhone 13 Pro Max 128 GB at $30.56 per month for 36 months. Priced at $1099, the iPhone 13 Pro Max was launched last year in September. The device offers a lot under the hood. Though the cost is high, you can grab this irresistible iPhone 13 Pro Max price cut deal. Check out what the iPhone 13 Pro Max deal consists of.
iPhone 13 Pro Max deal:
The iPhone 13 is originally priced at $1099, but if you get it from AT&T, it will cost you around $30.56 per month for 36 months. This means you can grab an iPhone 13 Pro Max on a monthly instalment of just $30.56 at a 0% interest rate. Adding the $30.56 for 36 months, the cost of iPhone 13 is $1099 including tax. That's not all, you can even save $399 by opting for a trade-in of an old device. This will take down the price of iPhone 14 Pro Max as low as $700. Do note that interested buyers will also have to buy and keep an unlimited plan from AT&T for a period of 36 months. If they ever want to void the contract, they will have to pay the remaining amount in a single lump-sum. AT&T unlimited premium plan cost $85 that comes with unlimited talk, text, and data.
However, those willing to get an iPhone 13 Pro Max with 256GB storage and 512GB, will be required to pay $33.34 and $38.89 per month respectively.
iPhone 13 Pro Max specifications:
Apple's iPhone 13 features a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display with 120Hz refresh rate and an LTPO panel that can change refresh rates based on content.
The handset is powered by Apple's A15 Bionic chip and packs a triple camera setup on the back that features a Night Mode, Smart HDR 4, Apple ProRAW, Deep Fusion, and Portrait mode with Portrait Lighting.