Radio Shack to take iPhone 5c pre-orders along major carriers tomorrow

RadioShackStoreThose of you who are interested in ordering yourself (or for your kids) an iPhone 5c can start ordering tomorrow.  Starting tomorrow, all major carriers will be be taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5c.  This includes Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.

Aside from the major carriers, it looks like a retailer will also start taking pre-orders for the iPhone 5c.  On top of that, the retailer is also offering discounts on previous iPhone models, such as the iPhone 5 for $149 on contract with Sprint.

Additionally, you can take in your device to any Radio Shack store and trade it in.  The retailer is offering up to $250 for a working iPhone 5, $150 for a working iPhone 4S, and $100 for a working iPhone 4.  You can use the trade-in credit you get towards your new purchase.  If you were to trade in your iPhone 5 for $250, you could use $199 of it towards a new iPhone 5c purchase, and the remaining money on accessory purchases.  Please note that there are other businesses who offer more for each iPhone model than Radio Shack is currently offering.

Are you going to take your iPhone to Radio Shack and pre-order the iPhone 5c?



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