Galaxy S20, as well as the excellent LG V50 ThinQ 5G, both of which can be leased for a full 18 months completely free of charge. Meanwhile, Apple's 2019-released iPad and iPad Air are actually slightly costlier than those two ultra-high-end handsets, but that's because you can buy either of the two slates at a great price.Among others, we're talking about Samsung's hot new
Namely, around 100 bucks, although predictably enough, these killer deals also come with their fair share of strings attached and special requirements you need to meet to save up to a whopping $530 all in all.
You're looking at signing a 24-month contract installment plan rather than a Flex Lease arrangement, which means you'll actually own your choice of the third-gen iPad Air or seventh-gen iPad after coughing up $4.17 a month for two years. The price cuts are only good if you don't have a problem opening a new line of service on a "qualifying" plan and settling for massive savings in the form of monthly bill credits.
Keep in mind that one of these tablets is undoubtedly better than the other one, which is obviously why the revived iPad Air normally costs $630 in an LTE-enabled variant at Sprint, compared to the $460 list price of a 10.2-inch iPad with cellular connectivity.
Why would you buy the significantly slower slate with less storage space and a smaller screen squeezed into the same exact body as the iPad Air 3 at the same exact price? We honestly have no idea how to answer that, although the iPad (7th Gen) would clearly become a must-buy if Sprint runs out of discounted iPad Air (2019) inventory first.
Intriguingly enough, both tablets seem to be quite popular among the Now Network's customers, currently showing as available in just one hue each. So, yeah, it's probably a good idea to hurry and get your order in before it's too late.