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iPhone 5C is Now Available for Just $45

Following the Best Buy's $50 iPhone 5C deal, Wal-Mart and RadioShack have also dropped the price of Apple's cheap iPhone to $45 with contract.

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iPhone 5C is Now Available for Just $45

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The cheap iPhone 5C has now become cheaper. Its original on-contract price set by Apple is $99 with 2 years contract or $549 without contract. But its on-contract price has now been dropped to as low as $45. The race of dropping the price of Apple's latest iPhone 5C is on its peak now. Best Buy dropped iPhone 5C price to $50 on Thursday. How can Wal-Mart be left behind?

Both Wal-Mart and RadioShack has dropped the iPhone 5C price to $45, one day after Best Buy. RadioShack customers that want to buy an iPhone 5C in-store will get a $50 gift card. They can use this $50 gift card to buy the $99 iPhone 5C. It means that an on-contract iPhone 5C will cost them only $45. This offers starts from Saturday, October 4th and it will end on November 2. 

But Wal-Mart's offer is much more exclusive than both others. Wal-Mart is already selling the iPhone 5C on $20 discounted price of $79. But starting Friday, October 4th, it will sale Apple's iPhone 5C at $45 throughout the holiday season.

Both of these offers are longer and better than Best Buy as its offer will be valid in between October 4-7 at $5 more.

Source: MarketWatch

 

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