South Korean carrier SK Telink has given the iPhone 3GS a second life after it restarted sales. SK Telink is offering brand new devices, in their original packaging with original Apple accessories, through its SK Seven brand for just $40 each. Each has been tested and confirmed to be working after sitting in a warehouse for nine years.
“The iPhone 3GS has been launched to celebrate the opening of the SK Seven mobile online mall while expanding the selection of consumer smartphones,” SK Telink announced. SK Seven will typically offer second-hand smartphones, but it is believed that its iPhone 3GS stock is new.