Everyone loves a good buy-one-get-one promotion, and AT&T is adding some more value to the existing one that they were offering by including new phones, and the expansion of the BOGO is just in time for Father's Day as well as the upcoming graduation for many students. In addition to the new phones added to the BOGO deal, AT&T is also still offering up to $650 in bill credits to customers which will allow you to save even more cash. The bill credits is also a per line offer and applies only if you're switching lines over from another carrier to AT&T.
As for the phones that are now part of the BOGO, customers will be able to pick up a brand-new LG V10 smartphone and get another one free, but what's more impressive is that AT&T is also including LG and Samsung's latest flagships in the BOGO too, which means customers can also choose the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7, and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Alongside those, customers can also grab last year's Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, Samsung Galaxy S6 Active, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and the Kyocera DuraForce.
According to AT&T's details, the BOGO is available for new and existing consumers and business customers, and it will require an AT&T Next payment plan. The first phone can be purchased with any AT&T Next option that is available while the second phone is required to be purchased alongside either the AT&T Next 30-month option or the EIP 24. One of the lines will also have to be a new line, so both phones cannot be upgrades. It's also worth noting that the cost of the phone each month receives a bill credit so the payment is essentially cancelled out for the free phone, and the bill credits will start appearing within three or fewer bill cycles. It's also important to note that unfortunately, the phones which customers pick up as part of the BOGO will have to be from the same manufacturer, meaning you can't pick an LG G5 and a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The BOGO ends on June 30th, so customers will want to get into a store as soon as possible.