Save a FLAT $500 in this Black Friday deal, buy iPhone 13 mini for just $130
During their respective Black Friday Sales, several telecom companies, online retailers, and e-commerce websites have introduced new deals on a wide range of smartphones. Some are offering deals with trade-ins, while some came up with Gift Cards and some actually had rolled out cash discounts. But what if we tell you that there is an option to nab an iPhone 13 Pro at just $130 while saving a flat $500? And that too without worrying about trade-in offers? Yes, that deal is very much possible.
This deal comes from Xfinity, an American telecommunications company that has introduced the iPhone 13 mini with a discount of $500 during this Black Friday Sale. Xfinity says that all you need to do is to add a new line and save $500. You should know that Apple launched this mini version of the iPhone 13 series at a price of $629.99 in the US. However, the telecom company is offering it at the price of $5.41 per month for 24 months instead of its earlier price of $26.24 per month. This will translate into a payment of just around $130 in total. While adding a new line you will be able to get the credits in 24 months.
However, you should hurry as the deal will end on December 6, 2022. Here's how to grab this iPhone 13 mini deal on Xfinity.
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iPhone 13 mini deal in US: Save $500 this way
- Buy this iPhone 13 mini, choose your colour option and storage variant and get your first monthly credit.
- If you are adding a new line, you must transfer your number and activate your device within 30 days of purchase date; if upgrading an existing line, you're good to go.
- Enjoy lower monthly payments as long as your account remains in good standing.
iPhone 13 Mini: The last of its kind?
Do you know? iPhone 13 is the last iPhone mini. This year, iPhone 14 series introduced a new variant, the iPhone 14 Plus, a phone with a screen as big as the iPhone 14 Pro Max, in place of the iPhone mini. If this trend actually catches on, then there is no chance the humble "Mini" will ever come back.