AT&T is offering a great BOGO deal on Microsoft Lumia 950. You can buy one and get one free without contract on AT&T. Lumia 950 costs $598.99 and you can also buy it on 30 months installment at $19.97.

The Lumia 950 is a flagship device from Microsoft and it runs on Windows 10 Mobile OS. It has 5.2-inch Quad HD display, 3 GB of RAM, 32Gb inbuild storage which is further upgradable up to 200GB via SD card, 3000 mAh battery, IRIS scanner etc.

AT&T terms and conditions on this offer:-

Device retail price is divided into monthly installments. After all bill credits, get eligible device priced up to $695 (up to $23.17 per month) for free. May apply maximum credit towards other eligible devices, which will be discounted but not free. Taxes on full retail prices due at sale. Service: Monthly postpaid service (voice and data) required on both (currently minimum $70 per month on Mobile Share Value; existing customers can add to eligible current plans). Bill Credit: Both lines must be on same account, active and in good standing for 30 days for credits to start. Credit will be applied towards the lower-priced device on a 30-month agreement and will not exceed the lower of that device’s price or $695. Will get 30 monthly bill credits of up to $23.17 for installment payments. To get all its bill credits, device must remain on its AT&T Next agreement with qualifying service for 30 months (if cancel service, you will owe remaining installment balance of up to $915). If upgrade or pay up/off agreement early, your credits may cease. Return: If return one, you are not eligible for offer. Restocking fee up to $35 each.

You can buy the device from the AT&T website by clicking here



  • hlava

    It’s really desperate move. I’m just curious when they start giving those phones completely free just to get rid of them ☺ People don’t want these either for free. MS should start making Android phones. Let the W10m for business clients and bring some Android devices or leave mobile market at all because W10m has no chance to enforce itself just like the Linux on desktops and notebooks.

    • Mayank Parmar

      lol, sad but ture.