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Apple releases a new set of iPhones every September. This year we witnessed the arrival of the new iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. With each release comes new tech to enhance the mobile experience — and usually that also comes with a big pricetag. But the good news is, for those of us who don’t need the latest features, when a new iPhone rolls into town, older yet still very capable and powerful models of the flagship phone get cheaper.
Here are three awesome such iPhones you can get for cheap now that the iPhone 11 has been released.
iPhone XR for $300 from AT&T
The iPhone XR was part of last year’s trio of phones released by Apple which also included the iPhone XS and XS Max. While the iPhone XS doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles of the XS and XS Max, the XR’s lower price combined with the fact that it has the same processing power of the higher-end models, has always made the phone extremely popular. That low price is even lower now, and this great deal from AT&T makes it even lower.
Now this deal from AT&T means you can get an iPhone XR for just $300 when purchasing the phone on a monthly payment plan. Take a look at how the phone pairs with AT&T’s Unlimited&More plan.
Free iPhone 7 from Verizon
If you’re looking for cheap, you can’t really beat free. With Verizon, you can get an iPhone 7 for free!
The iPhone 7 is a great phone that is more than capable of handling the average user’s everyday needs. If you are looking for a new phone and you are a fan of Apple’s iOS, it’s really hard to beat this deal.
$250 off the iPhone 6s with Boost
It may be several years old, but the iPhone 6s is still a favorite among the iPhone crowd. A major reason why this phone remains beloved is that it is the last model to come with a headphone jack.
With Boost, you can get your hands on the iPhone 6s with a discount of $250. That makes the total outright price of the phone just $199.99. A unique feature of this deal is that it doesn’t require you to sign on to a monthly payment plan.
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