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Forget iPhone 12: You can score a free iPhone 11 right now

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We've seen plenty of iPhone deals before, but this week is an extraordinary time for cash-strapped Apple fans. Three different carriers are offering free iPhone sales on Apple's latest smartphones. So if you can't wait for the iPhone 12, here's what you can get now. 

The first deal comes courtesy of Sprint, which is offering a free iPhone 11 when you switch and trade-in your old device. The best part of this deal is that your old device can be in any condition. Meanwhile, through July 1, you can get a free iPhone SE 2020 when you open a new line with Verizon Unlimited service. Other free iPhone sales you can get right now include:  

iPhone 11: free w/ trade-in @ Sprint
The Editor's Choice iPhone 11 delivers superb cameras, fast performance, and excellent battery life. Switch to Sprint and lease the new iPhone 11 and you'll pay $0. This iPhone sale requires that you trade-in your old smartphone, but the good news is that your old phone can be in any condition and you'll still get the free iPhone 11. View Deal

iPhone SE 2020: free w/ new line + Unlimited @ Verizon
Open a new line at Verizon and sign up for one of Verizon's Unlimited plans and the carrier will give you a free iPhone SE 2020. Plus, make your purchase online and you'll only pay $20 activation fee (50% off). View Deal

iPhone 11: free w/ trade-in @ T-Mobile
T-Mobile's iPhone sale is slightly different than the one offered by Sprint. At T-Mobile, buy the iPhone 11 and trade-in an eligible phone to get the iPhone 11 for $0/month. Phones eligible for the free promo include devices as old as the iPhone 8, Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 4, and One Plus 7T. View Deal

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching 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.