Amazon is now selling a refurbished 2nd-generation iPhone SE for just $165.95, a price that gets you into an iPhone for an insanely low price. You don’t need to enter any discount codes or clip any on-screen coupons here, but you do need to act soon – Amazon doesn’t say when this deal will end.
It’s also worth noting that we don’t know how many of these devices are available at the moment, too. That, as ever, means that you could run the risk of stocks running dry before you place your order. Act as soon as possible if you’re at all worried about that potentially happening to you. Amazon would normally sell the 2nd-generation iPhone SE for around $180, but you can order now and save $14 and 7%.
Buy: Apple iPhone SE 2nd Generation, US Version, 64GB, Black – Unlocked from Amazon: $165.95 | Original price: $180
The 2nd-generation iPhone SE is fully unlocked and works with AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US Cellular, Cricket, Metro, Tracfone, Mint Mobile, etc. It’s also rated as excellent condition, with Amazon confirming that the “screen and body show no signs of cosmetic damage visible from 12 inches away.” The battery is good to go as well, with Amazon noting that the iPhone will “have a battery that exceeds 80% capacity relative to new.”
Again, this deal might not last for long and stocks could run out at any moment. Keep that in mind if you want to snag yourself one of these renewed iPhones before it’s too late.
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