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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (617) 874-1950

Fax Number: (617) 569-8726

TollFree: (800) 843-7422

Toll Free: (800) 843-7422

Services/Products
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AT&T, AT&T Wireless, Acer, Acerpower, Acoustic Research, Activision, Adobe, Ads, Aiwa, Akai, Allied, Alpha, Altec Lansing, Amd, Apple, Archos, Argus, Astatic, Asus, Atari, Aten, Ati, Audio-Technica, Audiovox, Autodesk, Blackberry, Body Glove, Brother, C3, Candid, Canon, Cardo, Casio, Cdm, Clix, Cobra, Coby, Compaq Presario, Corel, Creative Labs, Crossovergps, Cyclops, Digimax, Digital Innovations, Discovery, Draper, Dreamgear, Edge, Electro Voice, Electronic Arts, Electrovoice, Emedia, Emerson, Epson, Etrex, Etymotic Research, Ev, Excalibur, Explorer, Fender, Fisher, Fonefree, Forerunne, General Electric, Hewlett Packard, Japanese Victor Corporation, Macintosh, Radio Shack
Payment method
discover, master card, visa, diners club, all major credit cards, amex
Neighborhoods
Central Maverick Square - Paris Street, East Boston, Central Square
AKA

Radioshack Corporation

Categories
Consumer Electronics, Home Theater Systems, Telephone Equipment & Systems, Television & Radio Stores, Cellular Telephone Equipment & Supplies, Sound Systems & Equipment, Telecommunications-Equipment & Supply
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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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Americanconsumer

04/29/2009

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
What happened to America

While shopping at the Radio Shack in East Boston I couldn't help but notice the blaring Latin music and Latin Lyrics. I am sorry, but I am an American Born Citizen, Why then must we be subjected to another lanquage in an American Store.
Last I heard Radio Shack is an American Icon isn't it? To me that is so disrespectful of all American Citizens....

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