Radioshack's promotion for the holidays sprinkles some savings to the iPhone 4 and iPad 2
Although it’s the last generation model that’s taking center stage with this promotion, Radioshack is shaving some dough off the 8GB version of AT&T’s iPhone 4 – bringing it down to a reasonable $69.99 with a 2-year agreement. Additionally, if you participate in RadioShack’s Trade & Save program, you can actually receive $100 to $200 off the purchase of a new iPhone model with the trade in of a 16GB or 32GB iPhone 3GS model.
Not interested in a smartphone, but rather, a tablet? Fortunately, customers that purchase an iPad 2 instantly qualify to receive a $50 Radioshack gift card, which of course, can be used to purchase additional gifts for people on your list. Hey, it’s better than nothing, obviously, since it’s not too often we see prices reduced with the current model.
As it stands, the promotion went into effect starting today – so you can head into your local store and get the deals right now. Nonetheless, if you’re still on the fence about pulling the trigger with this one, just be aware that you have until December 24th because that’s when it all expires.
1. The_Miz (Posts: 1496; Member since: 06 Apr 2011)
First. Very good deal. iphone 4 is better than a lot of phones today.
2. wassup (Posts: 565; Member since: 23 Jun 2011)
yes! i agree! like the galaxy Ace, Experia Ray, Neo... the others.,..lot so sure ;)
3. geedup (banned) (Posts: 74; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
iPhone 4 is still the 2nd best phone on the market
4. deweygroup (Posts: 3; Member since: 24 Jul 2010)
After reading another article on how ridiculous Apple has been regarding their patent wars I suggest that you should send your dollars to some other company. They are acting like they invented the wheel, and everything revolves around them.
5. The_Miz (Posts: 1496; Member since: 06 Apr 2011)
And why would I do that? They never said they invented the wheel. They merely said that companies like Samsung shouldn't copy their designs.
6. tedkord (Posts: 5601; Member since: 17 Jun 2009)
They specifically stated that they patented the rectangle with rounded edges. It used to be a joke by the majority if us who can see that the Galaxy line bears only the most superficial resemblance to the i-line, but now apple has confirmed it - they believe that any touchscreen rectangle infringes on their patents.
I sincerely hope Tim Cook brings a smidge more sanity to the company than his megalomaniacal predecessor, but so far its not looking good.