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Cheaper iPhone 5C goes up for sale, but there’s a catch

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It has been reported continuously that the iPhone 5C hasn’t been selling well around the world, which has been put down to the price not being that much lower than the iPhone 5S. Now though a cheaper iPhone 5C goes up for sale, but there is a catch.

We heard only yesterday that Apple may be about to launch a lower priced iPhone 5C model, and now the device has gone up for sale on O2 in the UK. The carrier is offering the device via their Refresh tariff, and has a retail price of £409.99.

While the handset is cheaper it has to be remembered it only has 8GB of un-expandable storage so this could be a deal breaker for many users, but it means the device is £60 cheaper than the 16GB version of the iPhone 5C, while the device is expected to be available globally.

Are you now going to purchase the 8GB iPhone 5C?

Source: O2 via 9to5Mac.

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