U.S. carriers AT&T and Verizon have launched their own promotions in which customers can get a free iPhone 7 after trading in an older device.
The AT&T deal, ending Sept. 15, requires that people be porting a number to AT&T for the first time, and also be a DirecTV subscriber. There are also other limitations, among them that trading in an eligible iPhone will only net up to $650 in credit spread over the course of an AT&T Next plan.
While that amount is enough to cover a 32-gigabyte iPhone 7, people wanting a more expensive device — such as a 7 Plus — will have to pay the difference. The deal is unavailable in Connecticut, Rhode Island, or Florida’s Miami-Dade county.
Verizon’s offer spreads up to $650 credit across a 24-month period, during which people have to stay with the carrier to keep the savings. People must trade in an iPhone 6 or 6s in good condition to get full credit.
Preorders for the iPhone 7 began earlier on Friday. U.S. shipping times have already stretched out to 2 to 3 weeks in many cases.
Update: An AT&T spokesperson reached out to AppleInsider to note the existence of a second deal, similar to to the first but which doesn’t require a DirecTV subscription or porting a phone number. Customers must simply trade in an iPhone 6 or 6s in “good working condition,” and buy an iPhone 7 through AT&T Next. The older hardware must be owned outright.