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RadioShack to launch buy-one-get-one sale Sunday

updated 03:01 pm EST, Fri December 7, 2012

Galaxy S II Skyrocket, Stratosphere offered for free

Sunday will see the beginning of RadioShack's buy-one-get-one-free deal on a number of Android phones from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. Customers purchasing the Galaxy SIII from Samsung or Motorola's Droid Razr 4G LTE will have the option to get one of four other smartphones for free. The BOGO deal is also compatible with RadioShack's existing $10 back in-store or online holiday purchase deal.

AT&T customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket for free when activating or renewing a two-year contract and purchasing a Galaxy S III. Sprint customers purchasing a Galaxy S III can get the Galaxy S II for free, and Verizon customers purchasing a Galaxy S III will have the option of a Galaxy Stratosphere II 4G LTE for free as well. Verizon customers purchasing a Droid Razr 4G LTE will be able to get a second Droid Razr 4G LTE for free.

The $50 Google Play credit is available for customers purchasing a Galaxy S III in-store for AT&T, Spring, or Verizon. Only the Sprint and Verizon Galaxy S IIIs are eligible for the Play credit with an online purchase. For every $50 customers spend in-store or online over the holiday season, RadioShack is offering $10 back.



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