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Phones have unique software and in some cases hardware for each wireless network. We've already done the work to check that these phones work great when they're brought to T-Mobile. We will continue to work with phone manufacturers to enable more devices to easily move between networks and still deliver the awesome experience T-Mobile is known for.

At AT&T, our customers are the reason behind every decision we make and every action we take. Only AT&T consistently provides its best deals on smartphones for new and existing customers, including on the Samsung device that meets their needs.

And as you can see above, GadgetGone is quite competitive on pricing, offering twice as much for a working iPhone 7 and even taking in damaged phones for a decent amount, compared to little to nothing from AT&T.

To sum up, AT&T does offer a decent trade-in program. And the convenience of being able to either send them in online or take them in to a retail location to apply towards a new purchase or your bill is helpful. But with low values and questions surrounding their return policy, they may not be the most reliable when it comes to putting cash in your pocket.

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Whether they're foldable, curved, big, or small, our phones are devices we rely on probably more than any other gadget in our life. Naturally, we're always looking for the best deal we can find for a better phone, with new processing power, storage upgrades, camera improvements, and connectivity to entice us into upgrading our devices.

You may have seen AT&T's commercials that tout how the carrier doesn't differentiate who qualifies for which deal based on whether you're an existing customer or not -- and it's true! The deals below apply to all customers, new and old alike, and we've broken down the fine print so you can shop with confidence.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is easily one of the most powerful phones the market has seen. Holstering a 200MP wide camera, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy, and a 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED screen, the S23 Ultra provides a little more competition to the iPhone.

Just yesterday Samsung announced its Samsung Galaxy S23 line of phones featuring the S23, S23+, and the flagship S23 Ultra. While the newest wave of Samsung smartphones haven't hit the market yet, AT&T is offering pre-order deals that allow new and existing to get the S23 and S23+ for up to $1,000 off with an eligible trade-in.

The biggest difference between the S23 and its predecessor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor which provides faster speeds, battery life, and GPU performance. In addition, changes to the cameras on the S23 line of phones have improved low-light photography to reduce glare and blur in nighttime photos.

New and existing AT&T customers can get up to $800 off Samsung's top-of-the-line handset when trading in an eligible Samsung device. The list of acceptable trade-ins includes A-series, S-series, and Z-series phones. As long as the device is normally valued at more than $35, which is everything that falls under the three product lines, AT&T will offer the $800 evaluation.

Google's Pixel 6a debuted last year but remains a top pick in ZDNET's best cheap 5G phones list. Not only does the Android offer a smooth and bloatware-free experience, but it carries Google's computational prowess for great-looking photos and a reliable voice assistant for on-the-go tasks.

Right now, AT&T is offering the mid-range Pixel for just $2 per month when you register for a 36-month installment plan and are under an eligible unlimited plan. That totals up to $72 before


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