iPhone 7 Release Date, News & Update: The Best Promo Offers At T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint Ever!

By Mary P. Jones , Updated Sep 30, 2016 11:50 PM EDT

iPhone 7 promo is reportedly being offered by the four largest US carriers. While there are already reports of delayed orders for those who got an Apple replacement plan, here is the chance to catch a $0 deal on a regular $649 iPhone 7.

The iPhone 7 promo is temporarily offered at T-Mobile by trading up paid-off iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 or Plus model. However, reports indicate that there is a special trade-in process that users should complete in order to lock in the deal if they will order online.

On the other hand, Verison Wireless is also temporarily offering a free iPhone 7 unit for users who will trade-in their  iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus for up to $650 credit. Trading in old iPhone 5c, 5, 5s, or SE costs up to $400 to purchase an iPhone 7 Plus or iPhone 7.

AT&T is also joining the iPhone 7 promo by offering an iPhone 6s and 6 trade-in, or the Plus models, in order to get a free unit. The users are only required to have a good-qualified credit for the AT&T Next Every Year or AT&T Next plans.

A free iPhone 7 is also being offered over at Sprint if any of these phones will be traded in: iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, and S7, CNBC

Meanwhile, Apple is positive that the new iPhone 7 features could push the current users to upgrade. According to reports, the company has never stopped from making radical changes to its devices to force its agenda of making its products ultra-thin.

With the launch of the MacBook Air in 2008, it reportedly rejected the standard optical drive, the Ethernet port and Firewire rejecport to help Steve Jops promote the laptop as the thinnest notebook computer in the world. In addition, Apple also claims that its decision was based on the courage to push a generally wireless experience, Tech Times reported.


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