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BOOST MOBILE has updated and expanded its obsolete iPhone range in Coles supermarkets The iPhone 8 will be available to customers in Coles supermarkets across the country starting tomorrow at a low price – but only while stocks last.The refurbished iPhone 8 will be available for just $ 359 and a prepaid SIM card for $ 10 included

The launch follows unprecedented demand for the refurbished iPhone 7 that was available in Coles supermarkets in select states late last year as part of the launch of Boost Mobile and Coles’ new partnership to bring high-end technology at low prices to offer

“We were delighted with the response from our customers when we first offered refurbished smartphones via Boost Mobile at the end of 2020,” said Jonathan Torr, General Manager Non-Food at Coles

“There is clearly a very strong demand for low-cost, high-quality, refurbished smartphones, and we are pleased that after our initial test this is a truly national opportunity for our customers as we continue to deliver value to our customers in more sustainable ways know that the refurbished iPhones sell out very quickly, so customers have to get in early to avoid disappointment There are no rain tests ”

Peter Adderton, founder of Boost Mobile, said the Australians worked with Coles to respond to the first obsolete smartphone

“It was phenomenal and we can now expand it with a newer model of iPhone that is used nationwide and is the perfect timing for kids going back to school. We want all Australians to stay connected at no unnecessarily high cost , and we’re excited to once again bring a versatile, high-quality, and incredibly affordable offering with the remanufactured iPhone 8 as Australians seek affordable options more than ever, “said Adderton

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World news – AU – Boost Mobile continues the outdated iPhone deal with Coles – B&T

Source: https://www.bandt.com.au/boost-mobile-expands-refurbished-iphone-deal-with-coles/