Deal: Buy an LG V20 from Sprint and Get another One for Free

LG V20

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, Sprint has just about the perfect gift for you. The American carrier is offering a buy one get one free offer with the LG V20 flagship.

Sprint, a CDMA carrier, has put up the LG V20 on a BOGO deal for both new and existing customers. However, for you to be part of the offer, you’ll need to buy the first V20 on the carrier’s EIP or rather Equipment Installment Plan. This will set you back just $33 per month for a period of 24 months. Once these installments are over, the carrier will now hand you a free LG V20 handset.

This is a little weird from the carrier, however, it seems it wants to ensure that customers remain glued to the network. Furthermore, this move will ensure that once one gets a free LG V20, there is no room for jumping to another carrier with the phone offered. This is a good deal for those who are already on Sprint, but it is just as good to those who are open to join the platform.

For new customers, you can make the switch right away and get two Sprint lines alongside unlimited data, but this will cost you $90 per month. When the EIP fee for the BOGO LG V20 comes in, the monthly charges comes to $123. However, be warned that this price will only be valid until the last day of March 2018, after which the normal pricing of $100 per month will resume.

LG V20 US Sales

As for those who haven’t come across the LG V20, this is the South Korean tech company’s current flagship phone. It comes with a 5.7-inch display screen with QHD resolution, but there is also a secondary display just on top of the primary screen. Under the hood, the phablet comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC that is paired with a RAM of 4GB and 64GB of expandable internal storage. To keeps the lights on, the LG V20 has a removable battery of 3100mAh and it supports fast charging.

Software-wise, the LG V20 was the first device to come preinstalled with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat, but still, you get the company’s skin on top of the stock OS. As for the cameras, the flagship comes with a dual-lens camera on the back (16MP+8MP) while the front has an 8MP shooter.

So, will you go for this BOGO deal on Sprint? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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