Black Friday's just around the corner and a lot of gadgets are going for sale. We've diligently covered a lot of these, but new deals keep coming to light. The big rush this year is for the iPhone X. Apple, suggest reports, can not make enough of these. Whether these are accurate or serve to build hype, we don't know. But one thing's for sure. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus aren't received enthusiastically by users. The iPhone X is this year's Apple flagship, as far as a lot of folks go. So now, to boost sales, US Cellular is offering free trade ins for both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Apple iPhone 8. Take a look below to find out more.
US Cellular Is Offering The iPhone 8, Galaxy S8, LG G6 And Moto Z Force Without Down-payment Contingent With Unlimited Data Plans
When we take a look at smartphone prices, the iPhone X changes things. The smartphone's base model is available for $999 while the higher storage variant will cost you even more. So, taking a look at these, other flagships start feeling cheaper. However, down-payment combined with monthly installments often allow users to purchase gadgets which would be too expensive otherwise.
For Black Friday, the offers get even better. Now, if you're looking to make a smartphone upgrade, US Cellular has some great offers. The carrier has put up Apple's iPhone 8, Samsung's Galaxy S8, LG's G6 and Motorola's Z Force up for sale without any down payment or monthly installments, provided you purchase an unlimited data plan and offer a device for trade in.
If you don't have a gadget for trade in, then you'll have to pay $10/month for the smartphone. For both the offers, an Unlimited Data plan starting at $40/month is also mandatory. So all in all, you'll have to pay $40/month at the last to afford a flagship from the carrier's 2017 Black Friday offer, which isn't bad if you ask us. Of course, not every smartphone will count as a trade in either.
To be eligible, you must trade in one of the following (or better):
- iPhone 6
- Samsung Galaxy S6
- LG G6
- LG V30
- LG V20
Given that users who prefer a flagship smartphone are also likely to have one of these, US Cellular seems to have thought out its offer with detail. Will you avail or recommend it? Let us know what you think in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated on the latest.