It’s possible – and easy! – to spend huge sums of money on a new iPhone right now. The highest of the high end iPhone 11 Pro Max will cost an eye-watering number of dollars and it just isn’t something everyone wants to do. So, when we see that Amazon is selling an unlocked and renewed iPhone 6s for just $124.99, we take n0te.

That price is a great opportunity to get an iPhone without breaking the bank. And because it’s covered by Amazon’s renewed program you know that you won’t be left disappointed, too.

Buy: Apple iPhone 6s, 16GB, Space Gray – Fully Unlocked (Renewed) from Amazon: $124.99

This particular iPhone 6s comes with 16GB of storage and Apple’s famous Retina display. That ensures that everything will look great on-screen, even if you’re outside and in sunlight. You’ll get a charging cable and wall adapter in the box but no headphones. Amazon understandably doesn’t think that would be a particularly hygienic route to take!

Because this is a fully unlocked iPhone you can choose which carrier to use it with as well. Compatible carriers include AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US-Cellular, Cricket, Metro, and more.

Amazon checks all of its renewed products to make sure that they’re up to standard, including ensuring the battery is still good to go.

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.

That 90-day refund policy is something you don’t often get on a used product elsewhere!

We don’t know how long stocks will hold out so make sure to order now if you’re in the market for a cheap iPhone!

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