This is the cheapest we’ve seen the LG G Flex being sold so far

$99.99 is the new on-contract price for the LG G Flex in the US, and for a device that’s being sold by carriers at nothing less than $299.99 this one’s quite a huge bargain. The deal applies to AT&T and Sprint’s two-year agreements, but you’ll need to purchase the handset through Amazon in order to avail of the discount.

No matter which among the two carriers you choose, you’ll need to be a fresh customer to grab he device at $99.99. If you’re already a user of AT&T or Sprint’s networks, the on-contract price goes up to $119.99 which is still way better than what the carriers are offering through their own stores.

LG G Flex

Brought to our attention by Android Police, this deal is live now on Amazon but there’s no word regarding the duration it’s supposed to last. One of the most expensive mainstream smartphones out there, the LG G Flex is selling in the US at $600 and in India at around Rs 70,000.

The device is highlighted by its curved display panel which presents its visuals in a 720p HD resolution. Its rear surface is a unique one which features an ability to automatically heal itself from scratches and nicks. If you’re living in the US, and want to buy the LG G Flex this deal (AT&T, Sprint) from Amazon should do you a lot of good.

Here’s a neat look at its main specs:

– 6-inch 1280 x 720p P-OLED HD capacitive touchscreen
– Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 OS (KitKat update now live)
– 2.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
– 13MP camera with an LED flash
– 2.1MP full HD webcam
– 2GB of RAM, 32GB internal memory
– 3500mAh curved battery