Verizon’s LG G2 seemed to be already tacked with a pretty reasonable price of $49.99 on contract. Now the carrier’s offering the handset for free. But you have to be a new customer or willing to upgrade while on a two-year agreement to be eligible for the deal.
All you have to do is order the G2, pick a plan and then type in the VZWDEAL promo code. This will bring down the device price to $0. Interested? There are just two more days to mull over it since the windows close on November 11, that’s Monday.
Quick glimpses of the specs:
– 5.2-inch, 1920 x 1080p IPS touchscreen
– Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
– Quad core Snapdragon 800 processor
– 2GB RAM, 32GB onboard
– 13MP and 2.1MP cameras
– 3000mAh Li-ion battery
– White and black color options
The smartphone is LG’s flagship device and the first to drop the ‘Optimus’ from its name ever since the South Korean company announced its rebranding strategy. The fact that Verizon had to slash the price so drastically does not seem to bode well for the manufacturer.
And you can get the smartphone for even lesser through Amazon and T-Mobile. The online retailer has actually pegged it for as low as $9.99. Unwired View notes that LG may not be the best at offering software or related updates, but the Verizon offer is a great hardware deal.
The unlocked price of the G2 through Amazon is a hefty $649.99. So if you would like to play with the latest phones without burning a huge hole in the pocket, a carrier-subsidized one like this could work.