Apple’s iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are now available. If you placed a preorder within the last week, you’ll hopefully receive your new phone today. If not, there’s still a good chance that your local retailer or carrier store has some in stock, but call ahead first.
If you’re still debating it, check out our reviews of all three phones below. Nilay Patel reviewed them, and alongside our video and photo team, they got some amazing sample photos and footage that illustrate how each iPhone 11 device stacks up against the competition.
Choosing between iPhone models is never easy, but our reviews should help you narrow your selection down. Whichever one you think is right for you, we’ve listed every link you will need to buy an unlocked iPhone, as well as any carrier promotion that we’re privy to. We’ll be updating this article as more retailers and carriers jump in the ring.
IPHONE 11 RETAILER OFFERS
- The iPhone 11 is available at Apple in a few storage configurations: 64GB ($699, or $29.12 per month), 128GB ($749, or $31.20 per month), 256GB ($849, or $35.37 per month).
- The iPhone 8 Plus is currently worth up to $300 of credit if you trade it in for a new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone X is worth $400. Below, you can find Apple’s current slate of trade-in values.
- Best Buy offers the iPhone 11 for $699, as well as through Sprint, AT&T, or Verizon. If you’re activating your new phone with a carrier, Best Buy will give you a gift card valued at up to $550 for your old phone. You must do this in-store, and the gift card can only be used toward the purchase of a new iPhone.
IPHONE 11 CARRIER OFFERS
- T-Mobile is offering the iPhone 11 at $29.17 per month for 24 months.
- It isn’t offering a BOGO deal like the other carriers below, though T-Mobile is hosting a trade-in promotion that, in its words, can reduce the cost of your new iPhone by 50 percent or more. For example, trading in an iPhone 7 will knock $350 off of the $699 total cost.
- Here’s a breakdown of devices eligible for T-Mobile’s trade-in promotion, and how much they’ll fetch:
- Verizon sells the 64GB iPhone 11 starting at $29.16 for 24 months. If you are switching to Verizon from a different carrier and have an old phone to trade in, you can get up to $700 off of the iPhone 11, essentially making it free.
- To take advantage of this deal, you’ll need to pay for the new iPhone on a device payment plan and open a new unlimited line. You’ll receive a $200 prepaid card after the purchase as well as $500 of trade-in credit paid back to you over a 24-month period.
- Here is Verizon’s list of devices it will accept for trade, as well as their value:
- AT&T has the iPhone 11 starting at $23.34 per month for 30 months as part of AT&T Next, its lease program. Current AT&T subscribers who purchase an iPhone 11 can get a second iPhone 11 for free if you open up another unlimited line. You’ll have to purchase both phones at once on a qualifying installment plan, and AT&T will reimburse the cost of the iPhone 11 with monthly credits paid back over 30 months.
- Sprint offers the iPhone 11 starting at $29.17 per month for 18 months as part of its Sprint Flex lease. If you have a phone to trade in (see photo containing eligible devices below), you’ll save a decent amount on your monthly bill. Sprint claims as low as $0 (yep, $0) per month for the iPhone 11, but only once the monthly credits for your trade-in find their way to you after two billing cycles. This promotion requires a new line to be activated.
- Here is Sprint’s list of devices that are eligible for trade, and their respective values: