Deal: Trade in your old phone to save big on an iPhone X

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iPhone X (Image credit: iMore)

Pre-orders are underway for the iPhone X, but if you haven't yet pulled the trigger, there are still some great deals to be had. The iPhone X isn't cheap, but some carriers are looking to help ease the pricing pain with some trade-in credits for eligible customers. Here are some of the best deals available for the iPhone X.

Sprint

Sprint's current deal for the iPhone X is a trade-in featuring their Unlimited Freedom data plan.

  • Deal: Get $350 off the lease price when you trade-in an eligible device
  • Why: Reduces your monthly payment by $19.45 a month
  • Details: You can turn in iPhone X at end of the 18-month lease or make a lump sum payment

T-Mobile

T-Mobile's current deal for the iPhone X is a trade-in device credit with their Unlimited ONE data plan​.

  • Deal: Get up to $300 in credit when you trade-in an eligible device
  • Why: Reduces your monthly payment by $12.50 a month
  • Details: Credit will be paid out over 24- month installments.

Verizon

Verizon's current deal for the iPhone X is a similar trade-in device credit offer with their Go Unlimited data plan​.

  • Deal: Get up to $300 in credit when you trade in a recent model smartphone
  • Why: Lowers your monthly payment by $12.50 for a flagship model
  • Details: This is available to both new and current customers
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  • AT&T also has on their home page to get $300 back for an iPhone 7 and $200 on other phones. However, when you click the link, it doesn’t take you to a page where you can see the details of the models. Just the iPhone X page.