AT&T is offering a free Galaxy S6 with the purchase of another Galaxy

If you’re looking to switch over to AT&T this month, you’re in for an awesome promotion. Until the new year starts, when you buy one of the current Galaxy devices, you’ll be able to pick up a free Galaxy S6 on a second line. That’s right, if you buy a Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus or Galaxy S6 Active (which you can only get at AT&T), AT&T will credit your account for your AT&T Next payments on a 32GB Galaxy S6.

The small print here is that the free Galaxy S6 must be on a new line and if you cancel either line, the balance of that phone is due immediately (up to $950). You’ll be required to choose a qualifying plan, which AT&T says is $70/mo or more, and the bill payments will be split up over 30 months. Your credits will start after three months of service if you keep your account in good standing. This promotion ends on December 31 and is only for “well-qualified” customers.

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If you’re looking to switch over to AT&T and are okay being tied to a Galaxy S6 for the next 30 months, this is a pretty good deal. I think this will be especially popular with those getting their first or second smartphone who aren’t jumping around to a new device a lot and just want something nice that will work and not break immediately. The Galaxy S6 is still one of the best phones out there and will be one of the best sellers this holiday season due to the Galaxy branding and build quality.

Is this a promotion you’re going to jump on? Let us know down in the comments what you think of this move from AT&T.

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Source: AT&T

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