Get $200 off on latest Apple Watch; here's what you need to do to bag the deal

    You can get $200 off on Apple Watch, but only if you buy two of them on AT&T!

    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Oct 21 2022, 20:09 IST
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    Planning to buy an Apple Watch? If yes, AT&T is offering $200 off on several Apple Watches like Watch Ultra, Watch Series 8, Watch SE 2nd Generation, Watch Series 7, and more. But the only condition is you will have to buy two watches. Also, it can be noted that if you want to avail the offer then you will have to hurry as it is a limited time offer. All you need to do in order to avail the offer is purchase any two Apple Watches on an installment plan, add at least one new line and activate both watches on your wireless plan and you will get $200 in bill credits over the next 36 months.

    How to get $200 off on Apple Watch when you buy two

    1. According to the information provided by AT&T, you will have to purchase two new Apple Watches (Series 7 up to $699.99, SE up to $359.99, SE 2nd Gen up to $329.99, Series 8 up to $799.99, or Ultra up to $799.99) both on a qualifying installment plan, including taxes on full retail price (up front) and $35 Activation/upgrade fee per device. It can be noted that the certified refurbished devices are excluded.

    2. You will then have to add at least one new line.

    3. Now, activate service on an eligible postpaid AT&T wireless service (wearable and data) for each device. (minimum $10 per month per device for new services). Existing customers can add to eligible current plans which may be less.

    4. Then you will get up to $200 in bill credits towards the second eligible Apple Watch.

    It can be noted that credits start within 3 bills after trade-in is completed and will be applied in equal amounts over the term of installment agreement. You will receive catch-up credits once bill credits start. Credit will not exceed the lower of the device cost or the max credit amount as defined above, according to AT&T.

    Also, if you cancel wireless service, your credits will end and you will owe the remaining balance on the installment agreement for the device(s) purchased. For new lines, if you cancel service on any other line on your account within 90 days of activating the line under this offer, device credits will stop (excludes business customers).

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    First Published Date: 21 Oct, 20:00 IST
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