Grab A Refurb 64GB iPhone SE For Only $164 Down From $250 For Limited Time

The iPhone SE was a cult classic, and we all miss it. We still hold out hope that Apple will do the right thing and offer up a replacement for the diminutive and inexpensive iPhone, but until that happens you might want to take advantage of this pretty awesome deal on an unlocked, refurbished handset.

Available in 64GB capacity and either Rose Gold or Silver color options, the iPhone SE here comes unlocked for use on all GSM carriers, so you’re good to go on AT&T and T-Mobile.

You’re out of luck on Sprint and Verizon, so make sure you know which carrier you are with before ordering.

If you do order, you’re going to get your hands on a refurbished iPhone SE that will include a 90-day guarantee and has been inspected and tested by Amazon. There’s no guarantee that you’ll get all of the official accessories, though, so keep that in mind. However, given this price, you won’t mind picking up a new cable or charger if you need to.

Oh, and that price?

That’s a price that nobody will want to miss out on, and if picking up a super inexpensive iPhone is something you’ve been hoping to do, or you just want to get an iPhone SE while you still can, now is a great time to do exactly that. We don’t think we’ve ever heard of anyone regretting buying an iPhone SE!

Buy: iPhone SE GSM Unlocked 64GB in Rose Gold or Silver from Amazon: $164 | Original price $250

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