The cheapest iPhone 6 unlocked SIM-free prices in January 2020

Three years after launch, you may have your eye on the iPhone 6 as an affordable SIM free handset. With the iPhone 7 costing an arm and a leg - and with a whole troop of handsets launched since (all the way from the iPhone 8 through to the XR) - the iPhone 6 represents a still-superb Apple flagship phone that you can buy for less.

And we've done the hard yards to unearth the best prices on unlocked iPhone 6 handsets, trawling through the major retailers such as Amazon and eBay to make sure that you don't end up paying over the odds.

Chances are that you're probably looking for a new SIM-free phone deal to replace a lost or stolen phone (you have our sympathies!). But perhaps you're looking to save a little cash by combining a bargain iPhone 6 with a cheap SIM only deal. You can buy a new SIM for only a tiny amount, so combining the two could save you a packet on a standard contract deal. Plus, you can go for a 12-month or even 30-day plan rather than committing to two years.

So before you start typing in credit card deals for your new phone deal, make sure to have a good look at the below table first. TechRadar's custom-made price comparison chart will ensure you pay the very least.

Today's cheapest iPhone 6 unlocked / SIM free prices:

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Source: TechRadar - All the latest technology news

By: Adam Marshall

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