RadioShack offering $50 off all Android purchases of $100 or more

RadioShack offering $50 off all Android purchases of $100 or more

Looking to save a few bucks on your next Android smartphone?  Consider RadioShack’s current promotion which sees the retailer taking $50 off of any Android purchase of $100 or more. The deal runs through July 28 for those who pick their phone up at a store but continues online through the end of August.  The best part of the promotion is that it’s available to both new subscribers and existing users eligible for upgrade.  Note that this does not count on prepaid smartphones.



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  1. Justin Hinkofer
    July 20, 15:57 Reply

    Which means the GS3 is $150. Of course I’d happen to be on T-Mobile, and Radioshack doesn’t carry Tmo anymore…

  2. Rufus
    July 23, 01:24 Reply

    Which means that I picked up my Sprint Galaxy Nexus for a mere $49. Thanks Radio Shack

  3. BoneraqDa
    July 29, 22:04 Reply

    Can u also trade in older phone to further discount price. So $50 off n say for example another $40 to trade in ip 3GS total 90 off . U pay ten.

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