On Friday, AT&T Wireless announced its latest Buy One Get One Free offer on select, premium handsets — inducing the iPhone 6s. While, on the same day, Apple’s Watch officially became available through Walmart, which is currently the latest in a recent string of new retail partners to offer Cupertino’s wrist wear.
Just in time for the holidays, a recent visit to AT&T’s online storefront revealed that the company’s newest “buy one get one” promotion applies to most of the company’s premium smartphone offerings, including the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6s handset.
There are, of course, a few strings attached to this awesome offer, however, as customers will be required to purchase the iPhone 6s on AT&T’S Next, 24-month installment program. A credit of $650 will then be applied to the purchase of a subsequent iPhone 6s handset, which will be spread out over the course of 24-months according to the terms of AT&T’s Next program. Taxes and associated government surcharges will also apply to both handsets.
Customers hoping to cash in on the deal will also have the option of applying the $650 credit to one of Apple’s higher storage capacity or larger, iPhone 6s Plus devices, however they’ll be expected to pay the difference in cost each month.
Additionally, on Friday, the nation’s largest retail chain, Walmart, began selling Apple’s Watch on its website. Walmart carries both the Sport edition of Apple’s Watch, as well as several accessories, making it the 3rd in a recent string of big-box retailers — including Target and Best Buy — to offer the device for sale.
In addition to several Sport bands and Apple’s magnetic charging cable, Walmart currently offers both the 38 and 42mm Apple Watch Sport in both Silver and Space Grey options.
Unlike Target and Best Buy, however, Walmart is not offering any additional pricing incentives on the Apple Watch. Best Buy, for instance, recently introduced a $100 discount offer on all Apple Watch models.