If you have been wanting to buy an iPhone since quite a long time but your wallet didn’t allow you to do so, now could be the time to get your hands on one. Of course, there is a catch here; you will have to make do with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and the iPhone 7, and none of the phones are brand new.
The Offer Ends in a Few Hours and the Stock Is Limited
The phones are being sold by Amazon subsidiary Woot, and while you may not fancy models released back in 2015 and 2016, the price points make them worth a look. Moreover, although the innards are dated, the phones can run the latest version of iOS. All the three iPhones are refurbished with a little wear and tear. However, the retailer says they are fully functional and you also get a 90-day limited warranty.
The 16GB iPhone 6s is selling for $149.99 in the colors Rose Gold, Silver, Space Gray, and Gold. However, if you need more storage space, you can either go for the 32GB variant that’s retailing for $164.99 or the 64GB model that’s up for grabs at $179.99. Next up, we have the iPhone 6s Plus and you can get the phone in four storage configurations. The 16GB variant of the phone costs $219.99, while the 32GB model will set you back by $229.99.
The 64GB and 128GB models can be had for $244.99, and $254.99 respectively. All four models are available in the color space gray, and if you are lucky you will be able to get your hands on the Gold and Rose Gold flavors as well if you buy the 64GB variant, provided they don’t run out soon. The newest of the bunch, the iPhone 7 starts at $234.99 with 32GB of internal memory. The 128GB and 256GB variants are fetching $264.99 and $284.99, respectively.
Be forewarned that the deal expires in a few hours and supplies are limited so hurry up if you want to avail the offer. All the phones are suitable for GSM networks, including T-Mobile and AT&T, with Amazon Prime members not having to worry about shipping charges.
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