If you're interested in the LG V20 but so far haven't bought one because of how expensive it normally is, here's something for you. A word of caution, though - you need to be OK with having Sprint as your carrier. If that's not a problem, and you act fast, you can pick up a V20 for half its usual price.
The offer is valid for both new customers as well as existing ones looking to upgrade. The catch is that you have to use the device payment plan, so you're required to keep that line for two years in order to get the full savings. Oh, and the deal expires when the year ends, so you have around two days left to take advantage of it.
Normally the V20 on a Sprint installment plan will cost you $33 per month, but now you can grab it for just $16.50. That all adds up to $396 over two years, down exactly 50% from the usual price of $792. There's another option too - a two-year contract. Yes, one of those, which Sprint still has apparently. In this case you pay $350 for the phone upfront, but will then receive a $350 mail-in rebate. And there are no monthly payments for the smartphone.
i took advantage of the t-mobile trade in offer for v20 during thanksgiving. i trade in an old boost mobile s5 that was worth $80-100 at most on ebay (after fees).. in return i get the v20 for $200 after monthly credits.. im not going anywhere so it ...
This is a serious promotion that the LG company has offered US. That is very good but you all companies of phones make your other users outside of US feel jealous. Very soon people who buy your phone will say let only US people buy your phones.
Americans are lucky