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On the page that you hit continue there is a promo that says "save $8.00 month". I can't find any other info on this? It says until the 13the. 

 

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Let me break it down for you.  If you pay for the device up front, you save $200 off the list price.  If you decide to finance it and spread the payments over 24 months (zero interest rate), then it's $200/24=$8.33 per month savings....

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All phones are 200 dollars off... so the price you see per month is based off that price automatically applied.

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Thank you for the answer. I know the phones are $200 off, they have been for a while. My question still is,

where does someone find out more info on the "save $8.00 / month " in addition to the phone discount? All the page says after that,  is continue. I continued to cart but did not see anything about this discount and the price reflected the $200 off on phone. 

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Let me break it down for you.  If you pay for the device up front, you save $200 off the list price.  If you decide to finance it and spread the payments over 24 months (zero interest rate), then it's $200/24=$8.33 per month savings....