Brandishing Apple’s trademark power and performance, the iPhone 6s Plus made some notable improvements to the iPhone 6 and still did all the simple stuff really well - plus it’s big.
Best refurbished iPhone 6s Plus deals this week
What's the difference between a refurbished iPhone 6s Plus and a brand-new model?
A refurbished phone is an unwanted handset that has been returned to a mobile supplier or network for whatever reason - possibly due to a fault or the owner simply changed their mind.
If it’s refurbished, it means the phone has been restored to its factory settings and given a thorough maintenance check and repair.
What's the difference between a refurbished iPhone 6s Plus deal and a brand new-model?
Here’s a few reasons why you might want to opt for a refurbished phone:
- It's cheaper - because a refurbished phone isn’t fresh out of the box, it’ll be cheaper than buying a brand-new model.
- Warranty - if you buy from an established retailer or one of the major networks, you’ll likely get a warranty. The warranty usually lasts around 12-months, though the time period will vary depending on the manufacturer.
- Lots of choice over which device, network and allowance.
- It's eco-friendly - naturally, recycling phones is better for the environment.
Search our deals table of mobile networks and retailers to find a refurbished iPhone 6s Plus deal.
Use the filters to find the right tariff of minutes, texts and data and storage options. You can also vary the balance between your monthly fee and any upfront cost.
Is the iPhone 6s Plus worth buying?
Chock-full of new stuff (when it was first released) such as the 3D Touch, the powerful A9 chip and a much-improved camera, the 6s Plus is a slick performer with a larger 5.5-inch screen over its smaller sibling - and one of the last iPhone models to come with a headphone jack.
At the time it was predictably expensive, but further iPhone releases have seen its price come down - particularly on refurbished contracts.
A little too heavy for some, and the debate was always about whether it was worth upgrading from the iPhone 6, but this is still a quality Apple handset, which will satisfy most, if not all, Apple disciples.
More phones like the refurbished iPhone 6s Plus
If the iPhone 6s Plus isn't for you, here are some similar refurbished handsets you might be interested in:
Conversely, if you'd prefer a brand-new version of the iPhone 6s Plus, we list some of the biggest networks and best deals in the UK here on comparemymobile.