New iPhone 7 deals in the US have emerged from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint for June now that Apple’s newest flagship smartphone is nine month old.
You won’t be able to buy the iPhone 7 on sale through the official Apple Store, and you never will, according Apple’s very on-point history. It just doesn’t do iPhone discounts.
Your best choice is to go with one of the US carriers and either pay $0 down or pay very close to it. Sprint, for example, has one of the best plans we’ve found and it costs $67.09 per month for 2GB of data. At $82.09 per month, you can step it up to an iPhone 7 unlimited data plan.
Gone are the days of buying an iPhone on-contract for the plan. Now it’s all about splitting up device payments over the course of 24 to 30 months. The good news is that you can get these deals today, and you don’t have to wait for those inevitable Black Friday deals to pick in later this year.
Best iPhone 7 deals on Verizon
Finding a cheap iPhone 7 on Verizon has been difficult because it pairs the most popular US smartphone with America’s No 1. network. But there are two deals that give you a rare Verizon discount.
First, Verizon is offering $100 off the iPhone 7 with 128GB or 258GB of storage. It’s an attempt to get you to upgrade from the entry-level 32GB version, and that’s great news. The 128GB iPhone 7 on Verizon at the same price as 32GB.
Even better, this deal applies to both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Okay, it does come with string attached: this Verizon deal requires a new line of service with the carrier’s Unlimited plan for this instant savings offer. But you were probably going to get that anyway if you are a new sign-up.
Second, Verizon is offering a $650 Visa prepaid card if you’re new to the carrier and start a device payment plan with them. Note: You’ll also have to trade in your old phone and port your number from a rival carrier, so this deal isn’t for existing Verizon customers.
Verizon’s time-limited iPhone 7 deal really helps if you’re on the hook for Early Termination Fees from another network. Verizon is willing to pay them off for you. If you don’t have ETF fees, you can still get $350 out of the offer.
- $650 back: Get an iPhone 7 discounts from Verizon
- $100 off: iPhone 7 128GB or 256GB with a $100 discount
Best iPhone 7 deals on AT&T
You can talk your way into a cheap iPhone 7 on AT&T if you opt for this Buy One, Get One Free deal. It’s meant to bring in new AT&T and DirecTV customers with a BOGO offer if you’re opening up two new lines and subscribe to DirecTV.
AT&T is offering your second iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus at the cost of $0 thanks to this promotion. You can have make sure you’re signing up for an AT&T Next plan and the first line has to be $50 or more plan, while the second plan needs to be have a $20 minimum plan. You’ll also need DirecTV service that costs $29.99 or more a month and its new DirecTV Now streaming doesn’t count yet.
This is an excellent deal for iPhone families who don’t want to pay for two new phones at once and are also looking to subscribe to DirecTV anyway.
iPhone 7 deals from Sprint
The iPhone 7 deal from Sprint is a lot like the Buy One, Get One Free offer from AT&T, except the carrier won’t try to lure you into signing up for DirecTV.
Sprint is only asking that you pay for one iPhone 7 32GB over the course of 18 months, with a $27.08 device payment plan. Your fee for the second iPhone 7 32GB? Absolutely free. You’ll still need to pay for two lines of service, but Sprint is paying for the cost of the second phone.
Hva a big family? On top of this iPhone 7 on Sprint deal, the US carrier is offering the third through fifth phone lines until the end of June, then the revert to a still-cheap $30 a month.
Best iPhone 7 T-Mobile deals
T-Mobile is making sure you have the best iPhone 7 possible with a free upgrade on storage. It’s very easy to be talked into the maximum amount of internal memory that way.
It’s selling the 256GB iPhone 7 for the price of the 128GB version. “That’s like saving $100,” according to T-Mobile. We agree.
So you can either pay $749 for the iPhone 7 128GB or $749 256GB version. You can’t really pass this one up if you planning to upgrade anyway.
T-Mobile is also offering a free iPhone SE in a BOGO iPhone offer. If you buy one new iPhone, the carrier will send you a $400 prepaid card, essentially making the iPhone SE on the house.