AT&T Giving $200 Trade-in Credits For Galaxy S8, S8 Plus

AT&T is currently offering a trade-in deal worth at least $200 for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. Buyers with an eligible device that has a trade-in value of $20 or more and meets the requirements of AT&T's trade-in program will receive at least $200 of trade-in credits. This applies to purchases through the carrier’s Next installment plan, and the offer is available both online and at physical stores. US customers who are considering purchasing either one of Samsung's new flagships have some time to consider this proposition, as it doesn’t expire until May 31.

The small print for this deal points out that this is not an early upgrade program and that the offer applies to one trade-in per smartphone purchase of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy S8 Plus. Upon sending in an eligible trade-in device or handing it over at an AT&T retail store, customers will receive an instant credit or promotion card, which can then be used to buy either one of Samsung's new smartphones. The Galaxy S8 is available through AT&T online in Orchid Gray, Midnight Black, and Arctic Silver colors at a contract-free price of $749.99. On the AT&T Next program, it will cost you $25 monthly over 30 months. Alternatively, on AT&T’s Next Every Year plan, the price is $31.25 per month over 24 months. The Galaxy S8 Plus is available in the same selection of color options with a full retail price of $849.99. On the Next program that’s $28.34 over 30 months, or on the Next Every Year program it’s $35.42 over 24 months.

Both of the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphones released last month and the S8 Plus is currently expected to outsell its smaller counterpart. Those looking to benefit from this current AT&T trade-in deal can follow the source link beneath this writing and select the ‘Add trade-in now’ option to find out all details about the offer. Depending on the device you wish to trade in, you could get more than the guaranteed amount of $200. Numerous mobile service providers in the United States are already incentivizing consumers to purchase the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus and more similar deals are expected to be introduced shortly.

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