As mentioned earlier, today is the official launch of Apple's much talked about iPhone 4. For those of you who plan to upgrade your old school iPhone with this new version, check out this great offer RadioShack is offering.
The gadget retailer announced via Twitter that it would be paying customers up to $200 in store credit for their iPhone 3GS, up to $100 for their iPhone 3G, and between $62 to 98 for iPhone 2G models. Obviously how much you get depends on the condition of your phone, but since RadioShack is also selling the new iPhone 4, it's a pretty good deal if you're planning to upgrade.
It's all part of their Trade and Save program, which lets customers trade in old tech for new tech. The service includes phones, cameras, GPS, laptops, video game consoles, HDTVs, monitors, dSLR lenses, and more. RadioShack than resells your old gadgets as refurbished gizmos so what you consider obsolete can have a second life with a new owner. If what you bring in has no resale value, RadioShack will recycle it for you for free.
Now if only RadioShack could offer an AT&T alternative that works with the iPhone...