A federal employee will be able, for a limited time, to snag a free iPhone 6 Plus for one-time purchase, if they opt to purchase one for themselves.
Apple CEO Tim Cook shared the news during a Q&A on Thursday, saying employees can get the special iPhone 6S Plus at an Apple store starting April 20.
“We’re very excited about that,” Cook said.
“We want to make sure that employees get the most value out of their iPhones and that it’s an opportunity for them to get an extra $100 for free.”
The iPhone 6s Plus will cost $849, while the 6s, 6s+ and 6s Max will be $1,049, according to the company’s online store.
The promo will expire April 24, but users can buy the iPhone 6, 6 Plus or 6s for as low as $199 on Apple’s website.
The special iPhone deal applies to employees in the U:The iPhone 5c, 6, and 6 Plus are currently listed at $599, $699 and $799 respectively.
Apple will not announce new pricing for these new models until April 24.