IPhone 4 Only $169.99 This Week At Radioshack

Posted: Aug 1 2011, 9:28am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

iPhone 4 only $169.99 this week at Radioshack

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The Shack sells the iPhone 4 with $30 Instant Savings.

iPhone 4 deals are great indicators that the next generation of the iPhone is coming soon. This week RadioShack tries to push out some of their iPhone 4 inventory with a $30 off deal. The iPhone 4 is $169.99 with new 2-year contract at RadioShack until August 6.

Looks like it does not matter if you choose Verizon or AT&T as carrier to get this iPhone 4 deal.

In case you have a old iPhone 3GS lying around you can get $100 as additional rebate on the iPhone 4. The details of this iPhone 4 deal are in the RadioShack weekly ad available on the RadioShack site.

In early July a Verizon document appeared that showed an iPhone 4 with a sales price of $150.99. It is not known though when this deal will be advertised.

Today a new rumor broke that the iPhone 5 is coming in October. Until now most rumors pointed to a September release date for the new iPhone 5.

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