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Best AT&T phone deals in January 2022

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AT&T phone deals can save you hundreds of dollars on your next phone purchase. Plus, with January sales in full effect, now is the best time to shop around for cheap AT&T phone deals on your favorite mobiles.

After all, AT&T is one of the best phone carriers around offering a solid 5G network and wide variety of smartphones. So we're rounding up the best AT&T phone deals you can get today. Whether you're team Android or looking to save on the latest iPhone, here are the best cheap AT&T phone deals right now. Plus, make sure to check out our guide to the best AT&T plans

Best AT&T phone deals today

iPhone AT&T phone deals

iPhone 13 Pro Max: up to $800 off @ AT&T

iPhone 13 Pro Max: up to $800 off @ AT&T
New and existing AT&T subscribers can get up to $800 off the iPhone 13 Pro and/or iPhone 13 Pro Max with trade-in and an AT&T Unlimited Plan. It's one of the best AT&T deals we've seen for Apple's iPhone. We also like that it applies to both new and current subscribers. 

iPhone 13: free w/ trade-in + unlimited @ AT&T

iPhone 13: free w/ trade-in + unlimited @ AT&T
AT&T is offering new and existing customers the iPhone 13 for free after an eligible trade-in. You'll need to purchase your phone via a monthly installment plan and you'll also need to sign up for an unlimited data plan. 

iPhone 12 mini:  free w/ trade-in + new line @ AT&T

iPhone 12 mini: free w/ trade-in + new line @ AT&T
New and existing customers can get the iPhone 12 mini purple for free with trade-in of an old phone and the opening of a new Unlimited plan. That's the best offer we've seen for Apple's newest phone from AT&T.

iPhone 11: $10/month w/ Unlimited @ AT&T

iPhone 11: $10/month w/ Unlimited @ AT&T
Despite its age, the iPhone 11 is still a very capable phone. It's also a great choice for students or cash-strapped iOS fans. For a limited time, purchase an iPhone 11 on an installment plan with select unlimited plans and you'll pay just $10/month for your phone. It's one of the best AT&T phone deals we've seen. 

Android AT&T phone deals

Google Pixel 6: free w/ trade-in @ AT&T

Google Pixel 6: free w/ trade-in @ AT&T
AT&T has some solid Pixel 6 discounts. Currently, the carrier is offering the Pixel 6 for free with an eligible trade-in. The deal is available for new and existing members. Additionally, AT&T customers who buy a Pixel 6 Pro can get up to $800 off with trade-in. 

Galaxy Z Fold 3:  up to $800 off w/ trade-in @ AT&T

Galaxy Z Fold 3: up to $800 off w/ trade-in @ AT&T
AT&T phone deals are already chopping up to $800 off Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 3 when you trade-in your old phone and buy the Galaxy Z Fold 3 on an Unlimited Plan. The deal is for new and existing customers. 

Samsung Galaxy A12: $1/month @ AT&T

Samsung Galaxy A12: $1/month @ AT&T
AT&T cell phone deals rarely get cheaper than this. For a limited time, customers can get the Samsung Galaxy A12 for just $1/month at AT&T. This offer is valid for new and existing members. To get the promo price you'll need to open an installment plan and pick an unlimited plan. 

Moto G Stylus: $5/month @ AT&T

Moto G Stylus: $5/month @ AT&T
The mid-range Moto G Stylus features a handy stylus for note-taking and lasts a long time (12 hours and 13 minutes in our tests) on a charge. Currently, you can get it for just $5/month at AT&T. This offer is valid for new and existing members. To get this AT&T phone deal — you'll need to open an installment plan and pick an unlimited plan.

Galaxy S21: up to $800 off w/ trade-in + Unlimited @ AT&T

Galaxy S21: up to $800 off w/ trade-in + Unlimited @ AT&T
As part of its latest sale, AT&T is taking up to $800 off all Galaxy S21 smartphones. These AT&T phone deals apply to both new and existing customers. With trade-in of an eligible phone and activation of an Unlimited plan, you can get up to $800 off any Galaxy S21 phone. 

Galaxy S20 FE: $10/month w/ trade-in @ AT&T

Galaxy S20 FE: $10/month w/ trade-in @ AT&T
The Galaxy S20 FE is an inexpensive version of the Galaxy S20. It sports a 6.5-inch AMOLED (2400 x 1080) 120Hz LCD, Snapdragon 865 CPU, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. The CPU and fast-refreshing display are the same you'd get with the regular S20, but the S20 FE costs less. Purchase the phone via an installment plan and activate a new or existing unlimited plan to get this phone for just $10/month. 

Unlimited and Prepaid AT&T phone deals

AT&T | Unlimited Starter plan | $35/month with four lines: AT&Ts budget unlimited plan

AT&T | Unlimited Starter plan | $35/month with four lines: AT&Ts budget unlimited plan
AT&T's Unlimited Starter is the cheapest of AT&T's unlimited plans and a great choice for those on a budget. If you get a four-line family plan, you'll only have to pay $35/month per line; a single line costs $65 a month. You get unlimited data, texts and calls and unlimited texting from the US to more than 120 countries. However, you won't get any hotspotting data, and if AT&T's network is busy, your speeds can be slowed. You'll also find your streaming limited to SD.

AT&T | 8GB 12-month prepaid | $25/month - Great value prepaid on AT&T...if you can prepay for the year

AT&T | 8GB 12-month prepaid | $25/month - Great value prepaid on AT&T...if you can prepay for the year
This is an excellent price from AT&T's prepaid selection. It only costs $25 a month for 8GB of data. However, the catch here is that you have to pay the full value upfront — $300 to be precise. If you can afford to pay that in one go, this is AT&T's best value prepaid plan. While the prepaid plan doesn't offer 5G, you do get rollover data,  a mobile hotspot, HD video, and connectivity in Mexico and Canada.

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.