Major U.S. carriers are getting in on today’s online shopping deal extravaganza known as Cyber Monday.
T-Mobile today is offering no charge memory upgrades on new iPhone purchases. Customers who snap up a 16GB iPhone 6 will get bumped up to the 64GB model and the carrier is also automatically upgrading a new 32GB iPhone 5s to the 64GB model and a new 8GB iPhone 5c to the 32GB model.
AT&T has a deal going on wearables. For $99, AT&T customers can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit, all colors of the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Neo, the Martian Notifier, the LG G Watch, or the Pebble Smart Watch. The carrier is also promising another 50 percent discount for customers who buy the G Watch along with an LG smartphone.
Verizon Wireless today is offering the red LG G3, the Droid Maxx, and the Ellipsis 7 tablet for free with two-year contract activations.
Sprint today is similarly offering the LG G3 for zero down with a new contract. The carrier is also offering to knock $120 off the cost of an LG G3 and $200 off the cost of a Samsung Galaxy S5 for customers who buy the devices through Sprint’s Easy Pay.
Prepaid carriers are getting in on the festivities, too. AT&T’s Cricket Wireless today is offering either the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the S5 for 50 percent off, and T-Mobile’s MetroPCS is offering a number of buy one, get one free deals for its smartphones.