by Joe White
September 12, 2013
RadioShack has launched a refreshed "Trade-In Program," allowing iDevice users to get up to $250 for a working iPhone 5, $150 for an iPhone 4S, and $100 for an iPhone 4. The above values are valid only when customers purchase a new handset with a two-year plan. Trade-ins can be made either in store or online, and qualifying devices extend beyond smartphones to include tablets (including iPads), cameras, MP3 players (including iPods), and games. In addition, customers looking to purchase Apple's sixth-generation iPhone 5 can pick up a 16GB handset from RadioShack for $149.99, saving $50 provided users sign up for a two-year plan. It's also possible to grab an unlocked iPhone 5 for $50 off, with RadioShack offering the 16GB model for $499.99. Apple, however, is still offering customers up to $325 for good condition iPhone 5 handsets, as part of its Reuse and Recycle program. The $325 Gift Card can be used towards the purchase of any Apple product, though lower amounts are offered for slightly damaged or older iDevices. Are you planning on trading in your old iPhone in order to upgrade to the iPhone 5s? See also: Readdle Launches Calendars 5 Featuring Natural Language Input, iPad Support And More, Preorders For iPhone 5c To Go Live At 12:01 A.M. Pacific Time, Sept. 13, and It's Alive: Reeder 2 Launches For iPhone And iPad In Post-Google Reader World.