Amazon’s Refreshed And Unlocked iPhone 7 Plus Is Just $289 Right Now

Amazon’s renewed line of products offers buyers the chance to bag something that they might not normally be able to get their hands on if they were buying new. The iPhone 7 Plus is still a pretty great phone, and Amazon is offering it for just $289 right now.

Normally, a renewed iPhone 7 Plus would sell for around $350, but Amazon is slashing that price by a massive 17%, taking it down to a bargain $289. You don’t need to enter any discount codes or clip any on-page coupons to take advantage of this deal, though. Just add the iPhone 7 Plus to your cart, check it out, and wait for it to turn up on your doorstep!

Buy: Apple iPhone 7 Plus, 32GB, Black – Fully Unlocked (Renewed) from Amazon: $289 | Original price: $350

This iPhone 7 Plus is fully unlocked, meaning it will work just fine on AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US-Cellular, Cricket, Metro, and more. It won’t come with a SIM card in the box so make sure you have one you can use already. Reach out to your carrier if you need any help there.

All of Amazon’s Renewed iPhones come with a charger and charging cable, although they might not be Apple-branded. They will be MFi-certified though – they all have Apple’s seal of approval.

You’ll also get a 90-day return period, too.

This product is not Apple certified, but has been professionally inspected and tested by Amazon-qualified suppliers. The product may have minimal scratches or dents, and a battery with at least 80% capacity. Box may be generic and accessories may not be original, but will be compatible and fully functional. This product is eligible for a replacement or refund within 90 days of receipt if you are not satisfied.

It’s unlikely that stocks are particularly high here so don’t delay in placing an order if you’re keen. There’s no telling how long this will be available for.

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