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Metro by T-Mobile Brings Back Free iPhone SE When You Switch Offer

Apple's iPhone SE continues to be a highly desired smartphone among many users. Even though Apple announced that it will discontinue its sales in September, the company revived the device for another shot in the market. The decision turned out to be widely accepted by the public as its supply quickly sold out.

As it stands right now, there's no telling when Apple will start selling the unlocked iPhone SE once again. But there are still a few places where you can purchase the device.

One example is Walmart, who is currently selling a refurbished model of the iPhone SE for $69.99. Another option is to get the device from Metro by T-Mobile for free when you switch to their network.

This isn't the first time Metro by T-Mobile is offering this deal. The T-Mobile prepaid brand ran a similar deal back in August, where the device cost just $49.

This time around, Metro by T-Mobile is offering the 32GB variant of the device in space gray and rose gold. It's not exactly available for free since you will have to pay tax and a small activation fee. But it's definitely a good deal if you intend to switch to Metro by T-Mobile and want to get your hands on this smartphone.

If you're interested in this offer, you can purchase the iPhone SE via Metro by T-Mobile's website.

Source: PhoneArena


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  1. Page is 404ing now. No other mention of it anywhere on their site. Even when they were running the special last time it was near impossible to find a store that had them in stock. Kept on trying to upsell me to a iPhone 6 or 7. Felt like a classic bait and switch.

  2. No refurb iPhone SE at Walmart.com. Cheapest new SE is $140, tied to one of three prepaid carriers.
    No iPhone SE at all at MetroPCS.com. Cheapest iPhone there is the $49 6s if you port-in.

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