Sprint has announced it is offering the LG G5 for pre-order on March 24. The US carrier is also offering three different options to purchase the new modular smartphone. You can buy the phone for $0 down (for well-qualified buyers) plus tax and 24 monthly payments of $24.
You can also purchase the device on a new 2-year contract for $150 after $50 American Express gift-card mail-in rebate. And, of course, you can purchase the LG G5 for its full retail price of $576.
If you trade in a phone upon purchasing the device, you can get a free accessory bundle worth $80 which includes: one extra battery (which you’ll probably need), the charging cradle for the battery, and a USB Type-C to Micro-USB adapter.
Sprint says customers can trade in any working smartphone and instantly get a $150 credit towards their new LG G5 in addition to the complimentary battery bundle. The only way you can get this discount is if you sign up for the 24-monthly installment plan.
Company LG has begun to show strength. I wish them success.
LG 5 is an exceptional phone,. Like as and HTC 10. These two phones, defeating the object called S7 from Samsung.
LG "playing" hard. This model phone LG5 is in direct competition with S7 from Samsung. Even as i'm curious to see, after three months, which are the dates, i mean, how many sales they did, every company, in part, with these phones. I have a hunch, as...