Image Source: Cult of Mac Radio Shack is offering some amazing discounts and trade-in deals on the iPhone 4 – making it possible to get a new iPhone 4 for as little as $25. The one week sale, which began Saturday morning and runs through December 11th, lops $50 off all current iPhone models, meaning […]
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Radio Shack Offering Discounts & Trade-in Deals That’ll Get You an iPhone 4 for as Little as $25

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Radio Shack is offering some amazing discounts and trade-in deals on the iPhone 4 – making it possible to get a new iPhone 4 for as little as $25.

The one week sale, which began Saturday morning and runs through December 11th, lops $50 off all current iPhone models, meaning customers new to AT&T or eligible for upgrade pricing can take home an iPhone 3GS for $50, a 16GB iPhone 4 for $150, or a 32GB iPhone 4 for $250.

What’s more, the specialty electronics retailer is also upping the value proposition of its Trade & Save program, offering customers a $75 credit towards the purchase of a new phone when they trade in a working iPhone 3G or a $125 credit when they trade in a working iPhone 3GS.
Those credits can be combined with the retailer’s instant $50 savings, meaning customers who trade in an iPhone 3GS can save $175 off the cost of a new Apple handset, bringing the cost of a the $299 32GB iPhone 4 down to $125 and cutting the price of the $199 16GB iPhone 4 to just $25, before taxes and standard activation fees.

Radio Shack are even being quite generous in their approach to valuing your trade-in units – offering a set price for any 3G ($75) or 3GS ($125) as long as it is fully functional and does not have a cracked screen. Of course, you may well be able to get more if you opt to jailbreak and sell your 3G/3GS on eBay or Craigslist.

These deals are only available at Radio Shack’s retail stores, not online. If you’re looking for a good discount on the iPhone 4, and especially if you’ve got a 3G or a 3GS to trade in, this is well worth looking into. For more details and links see Apple Insider’s article HERE.

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