Crazy deal! iPhone SE 2nd Gen FREE with Cricket wireless! Grab the deal THIS way
This site is offering iPhone SE 2nd Gen for free along with certain terms and conditions applied. Read the details here
Cricket Wireless, the wireless network provider is giving out iPhone SE 2nd Gen for free. Unbelievable right! But it's true, the crazy deal lets buyers get this iPhone for free when they switch to Cricket and activate the service on an existing number at $60/month. The limited time deal is live in-store and online. Of course, the deal comes with certain terms and conditions. Check out the all the details of the deal here
Cricket Wireless deal on iPhone SE 2nd Gen
You can get an iPhone SE 2nd Gen 64 GB without spending any money. All you need to do is bring your eligible number to Cricket and activate voice-and-data plan at a minimum $60/mo for 3 months and the device will be yours. If you want to get a 128 GB storage variant and 256 GB storage variant you'll have to pay accordingly. Also this offer is not applicable on the new Cricket Wireless number. Also the handset may be restricted to Cricket network until completion of 6 months of service after activation.
Do note that if you cancel the subscription before the lock-in period, you'll have to pay the remaining price of the iPhone SE 2nd Gen in one go.
iPhone SE 2nd Gen features and specs
The iPhone SE 2nd Gen is a compact phone that features a 4.7-inch display. It is powered by A13 Bionic chipset similar to the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro/Max along with 1821 mAh battery.
How to get the iPhone SE 2nd Gen for free on Cricket Wireless
First, visit the Cricket Wireless
Choose the storage variant and color option.
Tap on the option that reads, “I’m switching to Cricket.”
Click on continue and enter your Zip code and confirm the location.
Next, choose any of the available unlimited plans and proceed to make payment.
Once done, your iPhone SE 2nd Gen will be shipped to you soon.
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