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Nobody will give you a free iPhone X for liking a Facebook page, so stop falling for these scams

I get it, the iPhone X is incredibly expensive at $999. And that’s just the starting price that gets you a measly 64GB of storage. But most buyers will not have to pay the price outright. There are plenty of financing option to help them deal with the wallet hit, including the iPhone Upgrade Program and various carrier offers. But remember, iPhone fans, there’s no such thing as a free iPhone X.
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