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Coles Selling Boost Refurbished iPhones From $279

Coles is again stocking refurbished iPhones across all its Australian supermarkets, with Boost Mobile putting the phones through a 72-point service, and bundling them with a starter SIM.

This year, the supermarket giant offers two ‘Back To School’ deals: a refurbished iPhone 8 (64GB) for $279, and iPhone XR (64GB) for $499.

The iPhone 8 knocks $150 off the usual refurbished RRP, and comes with a 12MP back camera, 7MP selfie, wireless charging, and True Tone technology.

The iPhone XR is $100 cheaper than the RRP, and sports the same resolution cameras as the iPhone 8, but is bolstered with an A12 Bionic Chip for better quality photos. It can also record 4K videos, has a larger 6.1 inch screen, and is available in more colourways.

All phones come unlocked, are Australian compliant, have been data-wiped, and are cross-checked against a national police lost and stolen database.

They also come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and 12-month warranty.

“We know that smartphones are a very common talking point for families as they prepare to send kids to school, and refurbished iPhones continue to prove extremely popular with parents and kids alike,” said General Manager of Boost Mobile, Jason Haynes.

“If a family decides it is time for their child to have a phone to keep them safe and in contact, we are proud to be able to deliver Aussie families great value handsets and data plans on the biggest network.”

Coles Business Category Manager Richard Jenkins said, “We have seen such a fantastic response from our customers every time we have offered refurbished smartphones through Boost Mobile and we anticipate this drop, just in time for Back to School, to be no different.

“We’re proud to offer our customers a high-quality, well-priced mobile offering through refurbished iPhone 8s and iPhone XRs at a time when household expenses are typically higher. We know that these refurbished iPhones sell out extremely quickly, so we advise customers to get in early to avoid disappointment.”


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