When the iPhone X first launched, it was difficult to get your hands on one, let alone two. High demand for the iPhone X meant that we didn’t see any deals on the phone at all in 2017, just as you’d expect for something that’s constantly sold out.

Fast-forward to 2018, and things are loosening up a little. T-Mobile and Verizon are offering excellent discounts on the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and most top-tier Android phones. But even though you can get $700 a second iPhone X from either of those networks right now, no-one can match AT&T’s new deal.

Right now, AT&T is offering a genuine buy-one-get-one-free on the $999 iPhone X. Buy two devices on AT&T’s Next installment plan, which splits payments over 24 or 30 months, and you’ll get the second device for free (via bill credits).

It’s a deal that’s refreshingly absent most of the fine print that normally accompanies buy-one-get-one deals from wireless networks. You need to buy both phones on the installment plan, you have to have a data plan on both devices, and you have to activate one new line of service. Other than that, there’s no requirement that you be a new customer or trade in an older device, unlike some of the other carriers’ deals.

The full terms and conditions are below, and you can head to an AT&T store or the website here if you want to take advantage.

SMARTPHONE BOGO: Limited Time Offer. Select locations. Elig Devices: iPhone X 64 GB ($1,000), iPhone X 256 GB ($1,150), iPhone 8 Plus 64GB ($800), iPhone 8 Plus 256GB ($950), iPhone 8 64GB ($700) and iPhone 8 256GB ($850). May buy any combo of these elig. devices. Free/discounted device will be the lowest priced device, and credits will not exceed $1,000. iPhone X 256GB is discounted but not free. AT&T Next Installment Agreement: Retail price is divided into monthly installments. Tax on full retail price of both due at sale. Must buy device on 0% APR AT&T Next (30 mos. up to $38.34/mo. for iPhone X, $31.67/mo. for iPhone 8 Plus, $28.34/mo. for iPhone 8) or AT&T Next Every Year (24 mos. of $47.92/mo. for iPhone X, $39.59/mo. for iPhone 8Plus, $35.42/mo. for iPhone 8). Req’d Wireless: Eligible postpaid wireless voice & data svc on both devices (min. $65/mo. for new svc with autopay and paperless bill discount. Pay $75/mo. until discount starts w/in 2 bills. Existing customers can add to elig. current plans). If you cancel wireless svc on one, will owe that device balance of up to $1,150. Activation Fee: up to $45/each. Return: Return w/in 14 days. Restocking fee up to $45 each may apply. Add’l BOGO terms for customers w/consumer acct & Subscriber Paid User acct: Purchased device must be on Subscriber Paid User acct & free/discounted device must be on the consumer acct. Billing addresses for Subscriber Paid User & consumer accts must match. Req’s elig. postpaid wireless voice & data svc on both devices. Combined min. elig wireless svc is $73.50/mo. ($28.50/mo. on Subscriber Paid User acct + $45/mo. on consumer acct after AutoPay & paperless bill discount. Pay $83.50/mo. until discount starts on consumer acct w/in 2 bills.) Bill Credits: Applied in equal amounts to free/discounted device over entire agmt term & will not exceed $1000 or the amount of the device, whichever is less. Both wireless lines must be on same acct (except as noted above), be active & in good standing for 30 days to qualify. To get all credits, free/discounted wireless line must remain active, with eligible service, and on agmt for entire term. If you cancel service, upgrade or pay up/off agmt early your credits may cease. Limits: May not be combinable w/other offers, discounts or credits. Purchase, financing & other limits & restr’s apply. Participation in this offer may make your wireless account ineligible for select other offers (including select bill credit offers) for a 12-month period. See store or att.com/[TBD] for offer details.

Chris Mills has loved tinkering with technology ever since he worked out how to defeat the parental controls on his parents' internet. He's blogged his way through Apple events and SpaceX launches ever since, and still keeps a bizarre fondness for the Palm Pre.