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Released more than two years ago, the iPhone 11 Pro is probably nowhere near the top of many holiday shopping lists right now. That’s mainly because the Apple A13 Bionic oldie is not available in a whole lot of places anymore, at least not in brand-new condition.
Available back in the day for $999 and up, the 5.8-inch handset that’s somehow only slightly larger than the 4.7-inch iPhone SE (2020) overall is currently on sale starting at a measly $36. Yes, that’s thirty-six US bucks (!) for your choice of a 64 or 256GB storage variant (!!) with (almost) no strings attached (!!!).
Predictably enough, you do need to sign up for a lengthy installment agreement and be fine with monthly bill credits to take advantage of this absolutely incredible promotion, but on the bright side, there are no device trade-ins or number port-ins involved and both new and existing customers seem to be eligible for a total discount of up to $1014.
If we understand AT&T’s terms and conditions correctly, new service lines aren’t even mandatory, although you will have to “activate or maintain” postpaid unlimited wireless service on your account.
Bill credits will be applied to said account over a period of 36 months in the amount of $864 for an iPhone 11 Pro unit with 64 gigs of internal storage space or the aforementioned $1014 if you choose to go the 256GB route, which you should totally do.
No, you won’t get 5G speeds in exchange for your $1 a month (after credits), but, well, we are talking about an otherwise impressive device through and through setting you back… $1 a month. If there was ever a no-brainer Black Friday offer to jump on as soon as possible, this absolute (and almost literal) steal definitely fits that description.
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