Starting today you can officially pre-order Apple’s upcoming iPhone 11 smartphones. Currently, there are several pre-order deals available that make these premium-priced smartphones more affordable. Among these, the offers available from AT&T and Verizon stand out as particularly strong deals.
If you plan to buy two of the upcoming iPhone 11 smartphones, then the best option for you is to purchase them from AT&T. Buying the base model iPhone 11 from AT&T you will get a second one completely free, which effectively makes the phones cost $350 each. By purchasing an iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max from AT&T you will also be able to save $700 on a second one.
It may be difficult to take advantage of AT&T’s current promotion, however, as their website was temporarily offline today. This is likely due to heavy traffic from people shopping for the new iPhone, and while the website is back online now it could possibly go down again.
If you just want to purchase one of the new iPhone smartphones, then Verizon is probably your best option. They are offering up to $500 off the purchase of any iPhone 11 smartphone when you trade-in your old phone.
If you don’t have an older phone to trade-in, however, then you can still save up to $100 on the purchase of any of the new iPhone 11 smartphones by pre-ordering them from Walmart.
Apple’s iPhone 11 is set to ship on September 20, which means if you want to take advantage of these pre-order deals then you will need to act fast.
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