AT&T goes BOGO on the LG V35 ThinQ for Father's Day

AT&T goes BOGO on the LG V35 ThinQ for Father's Day
AT&T has come up with a deal for Father's Day that no other carrier can touch. It is a BOGO deal for the LG V35 ThinQ, and the reason why Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint can't match or beat this promotion is because the LG V35 ThinQ is an AT&T exclusive. The phone was introduced six days ago and will be released on June 8th. Father's Day is Sunday, June 14th. AT&T opted for this phone instead of carrying the LG G7 ThinQ because of the latter's notchy LCD panel. The V35 ThinQ is notchless and carries an OLED display.

AT&T boils the deal down to four easy steps:

  1. Select your first eligible LG V35 ThinQ on AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year.
  2. Add a second eligible LG V35 ThinQ on AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year. This will be your free device via bill credits.
  3. Select an unlimited or Mobile Share Flex plan to complete your purchase.
  4. You’re all set. Check your monthly statement. Credits should appear within 3 bills.
With AT&T Next, you'll be making 30 monthly payments of $30 for the LG V35 ThinQ. You'll have to carry the second unit for no longer than three months before you start receiving $30 a month in bill credits over the next 30 months. If you bring in an eligible trade (minimum trade value of $20) within 14 days after purchasing the LG V35 ThinQ, AT&T will give you $400 in credits.

This is a limited time offer, so if you're interested in buying the LG V35 ThinQ for yourself and getting one for dad, don't procrastinate. You can click on the sourcelink below to start the process, or visit your local AT&T retail location.

source: AT&T

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