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You can now get two LG V35 ThinQ units at the low price of $300 from Cricket Wireless

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You can now get two LG V35 ThinQ units at the low price of $300 from Cricket Wireless
If you're looking for an ultra-high-end smartphone from last year at a remarkably low price, the Snapdragon 845-powered LG V35 ThinQ can routinely be purchased for less than $300 brand-new from highly trusted eBay sellers. But if you also want a standard manufacturer's warranty with the stylish 6-incher, Amazon and Cricket Wireless offered the best deals in recent memory, as the former retailer charged $400 instead of $900 for an unlocked Prime Exclusive variant, while the latter prepaid carrier went 100 bucks lower shortly after the big Prime Day celebration concluded.

Incredibly enough, Cricket has an even better deal to offer already, although there are also additional strings attached to it and more special requirements you need to meet. Namely, you'll have to activate two new voice lines to get two V35 ThinQ units at the (heavily discounted) price of one. That's right, a measly $299.99 is currently enough to buy you not one but two excellent Android handsets with dual 16MP rear camera modules and beautiful P-OLED screens.


Of the two aforementioned lines of service securing you eligibility for this killer BOGO (buy-one-get-one-free) arrangement, one also requires a port-in from a carrier other than AT&T. The network switch has to be paired with a monthly plan costing at least $55 a month, while the other new line can be activated on a prepaid voice plan starting at only 30 bucks. "Additional" restrictions apply as well, but all in all, this seems like a relatively straightforward and incredibly compelling BOGO deal for a highly underrated device.

We're talking about an extremely well-reviewed powerhouse that doesn't come with a notch, hole punch, or particularly distracting bezels, while packing a respectable battery, generous 6GB RAM, and 64 gigs of internal storage space. The aforementioned dual shooters are pretty sweet, the premium metal-and-glass body both sleek and durable, and the audio quality probably superior to that of the G8 ThinQ.

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