The Los Angeles Times reported the refurbished versions of the latest iPhone, which was launched in September, were not expected to hit the market until January. Prices were also expected to be about $50 higher than the prices listed by AT&T, the newspaper said.
The refurbished iPhone 5 is listed for $99 for the 16 GB model, $199 for the 32 GB model and $299 for the 64 GB model.
The Times said it could not clarify how long those prices would be available.
Those prices were also restricted to first-time customers who sign two-year contracts with AT&T and to customers with an upgrade option available to them.
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