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Grab Apple's iPhone 5c From Best Buy And Get A Free $50 Gift Card

If you're in the market for Apple's colorful iPhone 5c, it would be a smart move to purchase the handset from Best Buy. This is because the U.S. retailer has announced that it's offering customers $50 gift cards with all iPhone 5c purchases. The offer is only valid if customers sign-up to a two-year contract with one of the carriers advertised (these include AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint online), and the gift card advertised can be used either at one of Best Buy's retail locations or online, at the retailer's website. Concerning eligibility, all colors and variations of the iPhone 5c - both the 16GB and 32GB iterations - are advertised alongside the $50 gift card offer. Besides this, there's little more to say, other than that interest in the iPhone 5c appears - expectedly - to have been dwarfed somewhat by the iPhone 5s, which sold out on launch day and has subsequently proved difficult to get hold of. Apple's iPhone 5c, on the other hand, seems to be available in abundance, with stock ready and waiting in Apple Retail Stores, the Apple Online Store, carrier stores, and retailers. Though interest indeed appears to have gravitated towards the iPhone 5s, it's also worth noting that the polycarbonate design of Apple's colorful iPhone makes it easier to manufacture and produce. As a reminder, features of the iPhone 5c include:
  • 4-inch Retina display
  • A6 chip
  • 8MP iSight camera
  • 1080p HD video recording
  • FaceTime HD camera
Interested? If so, head over to Best Buy's website and take a closer look at the iPhone 5c handsets on offer. As mentioned, $50 gift cards accompany sales provided customers sign-up to a two-year contract with one of the carriers advertised. For more of our recent news, see: AOL: Mail, News, Weather & Video App Goes Universal For iPhone And iPod touchToday's Best Apps: The Cave, Gunner Z, Pandemic: The Board Game And More, and Adobe's New iPad App In Beta Enhances Presentations With A Dash Of Ginger.
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