LG G Flex for AT&T and Sprint now just $99.99

Both AT&T and Sprint launched the LG G Flex for $299.99 with a new two-year contract, but subsequently Sprint lowered that asking price to a more reasonable $249.99. More reasonable than before, that is – not actually reasonable.

Well, if you’re looking to buy the G Flex and use it on either of these carriers, we have some good news. It turns out that you don’t actually have to shell out that much cash to get one.

Amazon is offering both AT&T’s and Sprint’s LG G Flex for only $99.99. Those are some great savings to be had, though naturally you’ll still need to sign a new two-year contract for it.

Amazon LG G Flex cheaper

Regardless of which of the two carriers you choose to do business with, the $99.99 price applies only to new customers or existing customers that add new lines. If you want to upgrade an existing device on an existing line, you’ll need to pay $119.99 for the G Flex. That’s more, but still a lot less than what you’d need to come up with if you went directly to the carriers.

The LG G Flex surely isn’t for everybody, with its niche-y curved screen and all, but if you want one, you can now get one much cheaper than before. The Amazon listing is here for AT&T’s model and here for Sprint’s.

Via Android Police

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • MartaJVaser

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