You can get a refurbished iPhone from $389

Santa didn't bring you an iPhone this year? Grab a bargain with numobile's end-of-year sale.

Georgia Dixon
Jan 01, 2021
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There's no denying it - iPhones don't come cheap. So, when we spot a good deal on Apple's ultra-popular smartphones, we get pretty excited.

To help kickstart 2021 on a good note, numobile is offering up to 25 per cent off a selection of their already cheap refurbished iPhones. If you're not fussed about getting the latest and greatest iPhone 12, you can score an older, pre-loved model for as little as $389.

Take a look at some of the best deals below.

Model
Condition
Price

iPhone XS

Good as nu

iPhone XS

Pretty good (minor cosmetic flaws)

iPhone XR

Good as nu

iPhone XR

Pretty good (minor cosmetic flaws)

iPhone 8

Good as nu

iPhone 8

Pretty good (minor cosmetic flaws)

Is a refurbished iPhone any good?

A refurbished iPhone is a pre-owned device which has been revamped by the seller and resold at a fraction of the price of a new phone. Each retailer has its own refurbishment process, with Apple's being the most stringent (naturally). Purchasing your pre-loved iPhone from Apple means you'll be getting a device with a brand new battery and outer shell, genuine Apple replacement parts (where necessary), all standard accessories (charger, cable etc.) and a one-year warranty.

numobile, on the other hand, perform a 51-point check on all their "nucertified" devices, testing their speakers, battery, camera, GPS, connectivity and more - not to mention ensuring they look their best. You won't get the same brand new battery and outer shell as you would with Apple, but numobile's iPhones do come with a warranty and free returns in the first 30 days if you're not satisfied with your purchase.

For more ways to snag an Apple bargain, read our comprehensive guide for a full list of retailers selling refurbished iPhones in Australia.

Georgia Dixon
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Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and Stuff.co.nz. In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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