Sprint's 5G-enabled LG V50 ThinQ is on sale at a colossal $696 discount with monthly installments
Whether or not Sprint will ultimately be allowed to merge with T-Mobile, the "Now Network" certainly doesn't want to be left behind when it comes to the nation's 5G revolution, rapidly following in Verizon's footsteps with a limited rollout of the next-gen cellular technology in parts of four cities.
Galaxy S10 5G has yet to expand from Big Red, Sprint exclusively carries the HTC 5G Hub and LG V50 ThinQ in the US.If you're a Sprint subscriber (technically) covered by this initial 5G deployment, you'll obviously also need a certain super-advanced device to take advantage of the upgraded speeds and reduced network latency. While the
Offered right off the bat at a massive discount with 18-month Flex Lease arrangements, the 5G-enabled V50 ThinQ smartphone is now on sale at a substantially reduced price on standard installment plans as well if you don't have a problem visiting a brick and mortar Best Buy store in your vicinity. You'll probably want to check the handset's in-store availability beforehand on the retailer's official website, where the relatively straightforward terms and conditions of the new deal are listed in short.
Normally available for $1,152 outright, the LG V50 ThinQ 5G powerhouse can be purchased at $100 off if you insist on paying the entire sum in one go. Alternatively, you're looking at total savings of $696 with a two-year device payment plan, which means you'll be coughing up a measly $19 a month instead of a whopping 48 bucks. All in all, the Snapdragon 855-packing phone with a beautiful 6.4-inch OLED display, versatile triple rear camera arrangement, dual selfie shooters, and a hefty 4,000 mAh battery will be yours for just $456.
Although the $696 savings only include a $120 Best Buy "instant" discount, as well as additional $24 monthly credits applied to your bill for the entirety of the two-year contract installment plan, this still feels like a killer deal... for the tiny portion of Sprint's customer base that can currently access 5G speeds on the fly.