Best Black Friday smartphone deals from US carriers

Black Friday 2018 is one of the best times to buy a smartphone. All four major US carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint) know this, and that’s why they have some excellent deals to tempt you with during this holiday shopping period.

Here’s a look at the discounts and offers that are being promoted by the Big Four carriers during Black Friday 2018. Most of these deals are already available and ready for you to take advantage of as you begin your shopping binge.

Verizon Wireless

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  • Get $400 off the best Android phones on the market – Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus, Galaxy Note 9 and LG V40 – without having to trade in your current phone. (Starts online Thursday, ends Friday)
  • Take $200 off any other Android phone that is $400 or more with no trade-in required (Starts online Thursday, ends Sunday)
  • Pick up an iPhone X for $400 off – no trade in required (Starts online Thursday, ends Friday)
  • Pick up an iPhone X for $200 off – no trade in required (Starts Saturday, ends Sunday)
  • Get $300 off the latest iPhones (iPhone XSiPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR) when you add a new line on a device payment plan, or get $100 when you upgrade and trade in your phone (Starts online Thursday, ends Sunday)
  • Pair your new iPhone with a iPad 9.7 inch 6th gen and pay only $99 for the iPad when you purchase it on a two-year contract. (Starts online Thursday, ends Friday)
  • Get $150 off Palm on a two-year contract or device payment when you purchase an eligible smartphone. (Starts online Thursday, ends Friday)







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