RadioShack’s Black Friday ad leaks with multiple Android savings, freebies

RadioShack’s Black Friday ad leaks with multiple Android savings, freebies

RadioShack’s Black Friday ad has found its way online and, as is usually the case, is full of Android savings.  While some might be for devices from larger companies such as Samsung and HTC, there’s also an offering from outfits such as DiGiX.  Nevertheless, if you’re heading out in the wee hours of the morning, you’ll find the following deals at RadioShack.  Some free stuff, some cheap stuff, some normal prices…

It’s worth pointing out that there’s a phone listed here that has yet to be announced, the Samsung Stratosphere II.

Tablets

  • Digix 10″ 8GB Tablet w/$20 Back In Coupons – $149.99
  • Amazon Kindle Fire HD – $199.99

Smartphones

  • Samsung Galaxy S III w/2 Year AT&T Plan (w/$10 Coupon) – $99.99
  • HTC One X w/2 Year AT&T Plan – $0.00
  • Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket w/2 Year AT&T Plan – $0.00
  • Samsung Galaxy S III w/2 Year Sprint Plan w/$10 Back In Coupons – $49.99
  • Samsung Galaxy S II w/2 Year Sprint Plan- $0.0
  • Samsung Stratosphere II – 4G LTE w/2 Year Verizon Plan – $0.00
  • Samsung Galaxy Rush No-Contract Phone w/Boost Mobile w/$10 Back in Coupons – $69.99
  • Boost Mobile ZTE Warp Sequent No-Contract Phone – $149.99
  • HTC One V w/Virgin Mobile – $99.99
  • HTC Desire C – Cricket Wireless – $79.99
  • Alcatel Authority Cricket Wireless w/RadioShack – $129.99

Black Friday

 

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