The iPhone 6 is just £150 on eBay right now

iPhone 6 deal: Always fancied owning a shiny Apple phone but never had a budget big enough? You’re about to strike gold. For just two days only, you can grab the iPhone 6 for just £149.99 on eBay.

That’s a whopping £400 discount on the iPhone 6’s normal retail price of around £550, and it comes courtesy of eBay seller Music Magpie.

It’s a deal on a refurbished iPhone 6 handset, which means it’s a previously owned iPhone 6 that’s been fully tested and restored to tip top shape by in-house technicians. Basically, you won’t even know the difference.

Buy now: iPhone 6 (refurbished) for £149.99 from eBay – offer ends Wednesday 31st January

The £149.99 price tag applies to an unlocked 16GB iPhone 6 handset, but if your budget has some wiggle room you can toggle a few options to get the perfect iPhone 6 package. There’s the 64GB and 128GB handsets to choose from, as well as the Space Grey, Gold and Silver colour options.

While our deal is on an unlocked iPhone 6 handset, there’s still stock left on EE, O2 and Vodafone if you’ve already got a Sim ready to go.

The great thing about buying a refurbished handset these days is that you still get most of the bells and whistles that come in the box when you buy brand new. This eBay deal is no exception; it throws in a cosy one-year warranty, iPhone 6 charger, Sim opening tool, screen protector and cleaning cloth for free.

Buy now: iPhone 6 (refurbished) for £149.99 from eBay – offer ends Wednesday 31st January

Demand for the iPhone 6 is still strong even though Apple launched it all the way back in 2014. Its roomy 4.7-inch screen and slick performance still makes it a snappy little phone indeed, and it’s a respectable option if your budget won’t stretch to the new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X.

If you’re sold on the iPhone 6 and you want to buy it outright, you’d be mad not to snap up this fabulous deal. Make sure you head to eBay before the end of tomorrow – that’s Wednesday 31st January – to snap up this bargain before stock inevitably runs dry.

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