In a move that swept the headlines late last week, all 4 top U.S. wireless carriers are back in the business of discounting devices. No, we are not returning to device subsidies the way we were so accustomed to in the past, but with the launch of the iPhone 7 we are back in business in terms of getting a “discounted” device.
All four carriers are providing up to $650 in bill credits provided back to the customer over the course of the monthly equipment installment plans (EIP) on the iPhone 7, as long as an older iPhone is traded-in. Both AT&T and Verizon are offering these credits for iPhone 6 models traded in, including the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Sprint is offering the best options, as it is allowing trade-ins for both iPhone 6 models and Samsung Galaxy 7 models. T-Mobile is also differentiating itself by allowing iPhone 5 models to be part of the trade-in providing credits up to $370 depending on the smartphone traded in.
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