So, you are mulling over the very real possibility of actually picking up a LG G4 smartphone when the handset arrives later next month. Well, there are many different mobile carriers to choose from, actually, but if you would like to “gain” $100 in the process, then here is an avenue that you might want to consider exploring – Best Buy is offering the LG G4 from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint – whether on or off contract, and each pre-order will arrive with a $100 gift card, now how about that?
In addition to that $100 gift card which should serve as a very suitable carrot on the stick, the LG G4, should it be picked up from any major carrier or authorized retailer across the US before June 21, will also see you be on the receiving end of a free 32GB microSD memory card, an additional battery, apart from a battery charging cradle, now how about that for customer satisfaction?
If you are rocking with T-Mobile as your mobile carrier of choice, listen up! Both the LG G Stylo and LG Leon have arrived in the US, and this means you can now get your hands on these highly affordable handsets if you think it is time to change that aging phone of yours. For instance, postpaid customers of T-Mobile who are interested in the LG G Stylo will not have to fork out a single cent at first, but over the course of the next 24 months, you will have to pay a monthly installment of $12.08, resulting in a grand total of $289.92 for the smartphone.
As for the LG Leon, if you are willing to take a similar route, then you will need to agree to 24 equal monthly payments of $6.24, and after wiping off the dust from our calculators, that adds up to a full retail price of $149.76. T-Mobile is also said to be offering the Leon for free after a rebate to its prepaid customers who want to settle for a plan that costs a minimum of $40 each month.