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AT&T Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 pre-order bonuses include $1,000 credit

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Last updated: August 10th, 2022 at 17:34 UTC+02:00

Samsung customers in the United States can now pre-order the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 online from the company’s website or can turn to their carriers for similar offers. AT&T has just revealed the pre-order details for the new foldable phones, and customers have a chance to buy Samsung’s new flip phone for free.

More precisely, AT&T customers who pre-order one of the two new Samsung foldable phones and trade in any Galaxy phone get up to $1,000 in credit. AT&T customers can use this credit in the carrier’s online shop to lower the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s price from $1,799 to $799 or buy the Galaxy Z Flip 4 for free.

Free memory upgrade during the pre-order period

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is now available for pre-order from AT&T for $999 or $27.78 a month on a 36-month installment. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is available for $1,799 or $50 a month.

During the pre-order period, Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 customers can get double onboard memory for the base price. In other words, they can get the 256GB Galaxy Z Flip 4 for the price of the 128GB model, or the 512GB Galaxy Z Fold 4 for the price of the 256GB variant.

This free memory upgrade deal is not specific to AT&T but Samsung, and it’s valid at the company’s online shop and other carriers in the USA. Regardless, it is worth mentioning, especially since neither one of the two new foldable phones have expandable storage. What you see is what you get, and more onboard memory is always better. Check out the links below for more details on AT&T’s offer.

  • Pre-order the Galaxy Z Flip 4 at AT&T
  • Pre-order the Galaxy Z Fold 4 at AT&T


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