iPhone X, which can be purchased for as little as $579.99. That will obviously only get you 64 gigs of internal storage space, while a 256GB upgrade requires an additional payment of a measly 70 bucks.As usual, Amazon's daughter company is selling these deeply discounted mobile devices in refurbished condition with a "moderate level of wear & tear", as well as a 90-day limited warranty included. The newest, most attractive handset on sale today is the 2017-released
Both models come unlocked for use on GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile, but not Sprint or Verizon, with the 256 gig version available in silver and space gray paint jobs, while the entry-level configuration can only be had in silver. In case you're wondering, Apple no longer sells the iPhone X directly, but you can still get the Face ID pioneer from the likes of Best Buy starting at an exorbitant $900 brand-new.
If you have less than $400, $300, or even $200 to spend on a refurbished iPhone with a 90-day warranty, Woot has you covered, offering the iPhone 6 for $99.99 and up, the iPhone 6 Plus starting at $159.99, the iPhone 6s at $134.99 and up, the iPhone 6s Plus at $234.99 in a 128GB configuration only, the iPhone 7 starting at $179.99, and the iPhone 7 Plus for as little as $279.99. There are multiple variants available in multiple colors at the time of this writing, all supporting GSM carriers only and all costing significantly less than brand-new units at major retailers nationwide.