Radio Shack Revives iPhone Promotion Through Friday
Radio Shack is keeping the red carpet rolled out for the iPhone and both its current and prospective owners. In a nutshell, Radio Shack is extending its pre-Christmas iPhone sale through New Year's Eve, Friday December 31st. What prompted the extension? iPhone sellouts across the US resulting from the initial promotion.
Through the end of 2010, Radio Shack is offering the 16GB iPhone 4 for $148.99. The 8GB iPhone 3Gs is on sale for $48.99. Both generations are keeping the $51 price reduction through Friday. Radio Shack is also serving up a heavily advertised deal on "refurbished iPhones." The 16GB and 32GB versions of the iPhone 4 will cost you $124 and $224, respectively. And if you're willing to sign a new 2-year contract with AT&T, you can get a refurbished iPhone 3Gs for free - or for $24 with a contract upgrade.
Unfortunately for those still looking to trade in their older generation iPhone for a new model, Radio Shack is NOT extending the offer introduced in early December as part of the Trade & Save program. Previously, customers who traded in a functional iPhone 3G would be given a $75 credit toward a new iPhone, while an iPhone 3GS was worth a $125 credit, thus making it possible to obtain a new iPhone 4 for the amazing price of $25.