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While nowhere near as powerful as the likes of Samsung's Galaxy S21-series devices or Apple's iPhone 12 family, the LG Velvet might just be the most gorgeous 5G-enabled mid-ranger available today on Big Red, as well as other major US wireless service providers.
5G Ultra Wideband-compatible variant capable of delivering absolutely insane download numbers... in small parts of select major cities, this knockout of a 6.8-inch Android smartphone can be purchased for a measly 120 bucks all in all through Sunday, January 24.Normally priced at $699.99 in a
Naturally, you'll need to meet one very important requirement to save a whopping $580 (over a period of two years), with both new and existing Verizon subscribers qualifying for this killer deal as long as you're willing to open a new line of unlimited service. That's all you have to do, mind you, with no other strings attached or hoops to jump through whatsoever. We're talking no mandatory device trade-in or number port-in, and yes, you even get to choose between a monthly installment plan and an outright purchase at the handset's retail price.
Either way, your mind-boggling $580 discount will be applied to your account as "promo credit", and incredibly enough, Big Red has no problem allowing you to combine this promotion with a few others, including up to $240 additional trade-in savings, a free Stream TV device for customers looking to port in a number from a different carrier, and a $250 e-gift card with a network switch.
At the end of the day, you can essentially "buy" the LG Velvet 5G UW at a lower price than $0 with a more than respectable Snapdragon 765 processor in tow, as well as a beautiful P-OLED screen (with a notch), a triple rear-facing camera setup consisting of a 48MP primary shooter, 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and 5MP depth sensor, a 16MP single selfie snapper, 4,000mAh battery equipped with 25W fast charging technology, 6 gigs of RAM, 128 gigs of internal storage space, microSD support, and under-display fingerprint recognition.