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RadioShack expands, deepens holiday iPhone discount
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 @ 1:50pm

RadioShack has announced an expansion of its holiday iPhone sale. The retailer is now offering $50 off in-store purchases of both the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S. The cut applies to all carriers and capacities; RadioShack is also supplying $10 email coupons for every $50 spent through December 17th.



Earlier this month RadioShack launched a much more restricted promotion, limited to $20 off AT&T models of the iPhone 5. The company is likely reacting to pressure from Best Buy, which on Monday decided to sell the 5 and 4S for $50 off. Apple itself is leaving its pricing unchanged, but typically has better stock.

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