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Crazy deal gets you an unlocked iPhone 7 Plus for less than an iPhone 7

No iPhone in history has ever been as expensive as Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus. Of course, that sort of makes sense since no iPhone in history has ever been as impressive or capable as Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus. It has the fastest performance out there, the best camera out there, and battery life that outshines every other smartphone on the market. All that comes at a substantial price, of course, which is why it’s so important to take advantage when rare iPhone 7 Plus sales come around.

Well, it just so happens that one of those sales just came around. eBay is currently selling refurbished 32GB iPhone 7 Plus handsets for $80 less than the cost of a new 32GB iPhone 7. Black is the only color left in stock, so definitely jump on this deal as quickly as you can. Of note, the seller has 98% positive feedback with more than 37,000 buyer ratings, so it’s save to say they’re trustworthy.

A few notes about the refurb process from the product page:

An item that has been professionally restored to working order by a Carrier-approved vendor. This means the product has been inspected, cleaned, and repaired to meet manufacturer specifications. Device will show signs of wear like scratches, scuffs, and minor dents. This item will not be in the original packaging and includes an MFi-certified lightning cable and UL-listed charger. MINIMUM 5 MONTH APPLE WARRANTY.

iPhone 7 Plus (refurbished) 32GB: $569.99


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