RadioShack Slashing $100 Off Any Verizon Android Device

As some of you might already know RadioShack has ended their agreement with T-Mobile and chosen to hitch a ride on the Verizon train.  To help kick off the new deal, RadioShack is discounting any and all of their Verizon Android handsets.  So, if you decide to sign a new two-year service agreement through The Shack, you will receive a $100 instant rebate. What’s more, if you happen to be an upgrade eligible Verizon customer who wants to ditch your non-smart phone, you will receive a $100 Verizon Wireless gift card by mail.

There’s no word as to how long the $100 off deal will run but Radio Shack tells us that the Verizon trade-in gift card offer is only valid through the end of the month.  That’s September 30th for those of you not in the mood to check the calendar.   Hurry up and take advantage of the savings, we hear that Droid Bionic rules all machines.

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