Asfor iPhone sales, Walmart is dropping its price for the recently released , the retailer announced Friday.
Walmart will sell the so-called "cheap" version of the smartphone for $45 with a two-year contract. The phone normally goes for $99 with a contract.
Just before Apple's latest smartphones went on sale last month,for both the colorful iPhone 5C and the higher-end, more expensive, . The iPhone 5C cost $79 and the iPhone 5S went for $189 -- both with a standard two-year contract. The chain also offered a trade-in deal for older smartphones in hopes of luring customers into its stores.
The announcement comes shortly after, selling the iPhone 5C for $50 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 for $150. Target has also been , matching Walmart's $79 preorder price for the iPhone 5C with a contract.
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