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Learn about smartphone installment plans

Find out how to use an installment plan to get your next smartphone and compare installment plan pricing options.


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Smartphone installment plan details

Instead of paying full price upfront when you get a new phone, you can choose an installment plan. You’ll get the latest smartphone for $0 down, no interest, no finance fees, and the price of your new phone is spread across low monthly payments.

Compare smartphone installment plans

AT&T Installment Plan

You make 36 low monthly payments. After you pay your device in full, you can upgrade (no need to turn in your old device).
  • You can pay off the installment balance at any time to keep your old smartphone and buy a new one.

AT&T Installment Plan with Next Up

You make 36 low monthly payments and get the option to upgrade early for $6 more per month.1
  • With Next UpSM, you get the flexibility to upgrade early after 50% of the phone is paid off and the phone is turned in. (The $6 per month AT&T Next Up charge doesn’t apply toward the balance you owe on your phone.)
  • You can also prepay to upgrade even faster with a lump sum amount to reach 50% of the smartphone price. Remember, you’ll have to turn your current smartphone in or start the turn-in process online before you can upgrade.
  • No longer want the AT&T Next Up upgrade option? If you bought your phone:
Heads up: If you decide to remove the AT&T Next Up upgrade option, you can’t add it back.

Compare prices online

  1. Go to Shop smartphones.
  2. Look for Filter and sort and choose a smartphone.
  3. Compare the price for the smartphone on the different installment plan options.

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