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Best Buy lets you lease Sprint's LG G7 ThinQ for a measly $7 a month

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Best Buy lets you lease Sprint's LG G7 ThinQ for a measly $7 a month
The LG G7 ThinQ is probably not the most sought-after high-end smartphone in the world right now, but if you don’t mind the notch and do mind spending a small fortune on the likes of the V35 ThinQ or Samsung Galaxy Note 9, this bad boy can certainly keep you satisfied.

After all, we’re talking about a Snapdragon 845 powerhouse here with one of those trendy, extra-wide, and super-high-res “FullVision” displays in tow, as well as dual 16MP rear-facing cameras, IP68 water and dust resistance, 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC audio, and a respectable combination of 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage space.

All that can be yours in exchange for a very reasonable $450 with Project Fi activation, unless you’d rather pay an outright crazy low $7 a month for a year and a half. That amounts to a grand total of $126, representing $468 savings off the usual price of an LG G7 ThinQ... on Sprint.

Yes, you’ll have to commit to the least popular of America’s “big four” carriers, and technically, you won’t own the phone at the end of your 18-month Flex Lease agreement. But you’ll probably want to get something else in 2020 anyway, so leasing the G7 ThinQ right now is really not that bad of a deal.

You can even choose to upgrade one year in, or continue making month-to-month payments before picking a different handset. Last but not least, if you want to own this “notchy” beast when your 18-month contract is up, you can do that as well by coughing up a little extra dough. 

The deal is only valid at Best Buy and only for in-store pickup, with no words of an expiration date. But it’s better to be safe than sorry, so you may want to pull the trigger as soon as possible.

source: Best Buy via Dealnews

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