Sprint offers the LG V20 at 50% off!

Sprint offers the LG V20 at 50% off!
The LG V20 has been tied to some great promotions this month. Earlier in December, T-Mobile gave away 16 of the high-powered phablets, then Best Buy included it in its holiday discounts, and now, LG is selling the unlocked V20 bundled with a 200 GB microSD card. But the bargain offers don't end there.

Sprint has now also joined the “sell a V20” fray by offering the device at almost 50% off! In order to make use of the deal, you need to either activate a new line with the carrier or be a well-qualified customer, eligible for an upgrade. Also, you need to pay off the device in 24 installments instead of upfront, so that's about $16.50 per month for the next 2 years. When all is said and done, this amounts up to $396, which is quite the discount, considering the device costs between $760 and $790 depending on where you get it from.

There's lots to love about the LG V20 — it has a very fast and fluid performance, a cool, yet outlandish secondary screen and dual camera system, fast charging, awesome camera, and impressive sound recording prowess. Its battery life is a bit disappointing, but for $400, we'd be willing to let it slide.

Want to grab one? You'd better hurry, the promo is only active until tomorrow, the 31st of December!

source: Sprint

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  • Storage 64GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3200 mAh(14.17h talk time)



1. fyah_king unregistered

Great phone!

2. sgtdisturbed47

Posts: 974; Member since: Feb 02, 2012

I absolutely love the way LG does their UI, and the V20 feels and performs like a premium device. I just wish the camera, screen color accuracy, and battery life were better

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