Insane iPhone SE deal lets you buy the compact handset brand-new at only $102

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Insane iPhone SE deal lets you buy the compact handset brand-new at only $102
At first glance, Apple's "clearance" iPhone SE deals, which keep coming back from the dead, are pretty sweet. After all, this is essentially the last of the compact Mohicans, still offering a decent amount of power in a diminutive package weighing just 113 grams. When you also consider the fact the 4-inch handset is capable of running the newest iOS version without a hitch, the $249 and up iPhone SE may start feeling like a genuine bargain.

But if you don't have a problem activating the Apple A9-powered device on TracFone Wireless, you can save an additional 150 bucks or so. Yup, the 32GB configuration can be yours at a measly $101.99 right now after an instant $65 "Tax Time" discount valid until April 15 and an extra $68 off if you remember to apply the "SPECIAL40" coupon code before checkout on TracFone's website.

This is a prepaid MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), by the way, that declined in popularity a little over the past few years, nonetheless servicing around 22 million customers nationwide. The no-contract carrier combines cellular signal from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon to provide "unbeatable coverage on the largest and most dependable 4G LTE networks."

Believe it or not, TracFone also throws in a gift with the $102 iPhone SE, giving you 60 days of network access, 1 gig of data, 750 minutes, and 1,000 texts at no extra charge. That's typically worth $35, and although it doesn't exactly sound up to the industry's modern standards, it may well be enough for folks buying the SE as their first-ever smartphone or as a travel backup to a larger, more powerful device.

In case we haven't been clear enough, these are brand-new iPhone SE units you will be buying at $102 a pop (no refurbished shenanigans), although you'll have to settle for a love-or-hate gold color option if you want to take advantage of this killer deal.

Check out the deal here

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