The white cardboard box, not much bigger than the phone, included the phone, one (1) white wall-charger, one (1) white lightning cable, and surprisingly, one (1) pair of apple wired earphones in a nice plastic container.
I purchased this phone because...
1) I assumed iOS would require virtually no parental trouble-shooting if/when technical issues pop up. I figure they can just go to the Apple store and sort it out.
2) It was inexpensive (ninety-nine dollars) relative to a new iPhone yet could provide the iphone 'experience' for my children.
3) It is an inexpensive loss if the child decides to lose it as opposed to the cost of newer iphones.
4) The 4-inch screen is plenty big, plenty capable for a teen and tweener to text, call, view pics, and stuff into their pockets & bags.
5) It seems more durable with its aluminum back versus glass found in the newer models.
6) Cases are cheap!
7) I can get a new battery for $29 before the end of 2018 if I want more life out of the phone.
8) And finally, it works with Tracfone using the ATT-specific sim. We simply took the active, Tracfone Micro Sim out from our old phone, cut it down to Nano Sim size, inserted into the refurbished iPhone, booted up the phone and voila! Alternatively, you can buy a Tracfone BYOD Sim Kit, take the ATT-specific Nano Sim, and use that as well.