Good deal: $200 off a 256GB iPhone 7


WhistleOut
19 May 2017

Rose gold iPhone 7

Current generation iPhones are one of those things that almost never go on sale, but JB Hi-Fi is currently running a bangin' deal on 256GB iPhone 7 models.

For a limited time, JB is cutting $200 off the price of a 256GB iPhone 7 (not the Plus), bringing it down from $1,379 to $1,179, which is actually cheaper than a 128GB iPhone 7. The deal only applies to gold and rose gold iPhone 7 models, but rose gold is the best iPhone colour anyway. Who needs jet black?

The deal is available in store and online, until June 15 while stocks last. No other iPhone models are being discounted as part of this promotion.

If $1,179 upfront is a still a bit too much or you're some sort of heathen who wants a colour other than rose gold, here's a couple of plans you can get a 256GB iPhone 7 on. Alternatively, you can compare all iPhone plans here.


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