RadioShack offering 25+ free phones prior to Black Friday

RadioShack offering 25+ free phones prior to Black Friday

RadioShack has announced a Black Friday counter-offensive today which will see more than two dozen phones going free with new two-year agreements and qualified upgrades.  Starting this Sunday November 20 and running through Wednesday November 23, RadioShack will be offering handsets across Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T.  As The Shack sees it, you should be able to sleep in on Friday.  Who are we to disagree with that?

Customers who get a free phone will receive RadioShack’s Mobile Product Support (MPS). This free service is available with any mobile device purchase at any of RadioShack’s more than 4,600 U.S. retail locations and includes free expert support over the lifetime of the device. The 24/7 mobile support is accessible via phone, live online chat at RadioShack.com, email or in online forums.

Don’t forget you can also trade in your old phone and earn a little bit of money towards future purchases as well.  For more details, head to http://www.radioshack.com/tradein to get an appraisal on your phone.  Once ready, take it one of the retail locations and complete the trade.  then bring their device to the store to have the appraisal confirmed and complete the trade.

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  1. Jgarrido
    November 18, 13:02 Reply

    All I see discussed in their ads is free support, not devices. Where’s the source of this news?

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