LG’s mobile division has a conundrum; the company has managed to release a handful of decent smartphones, but these failed to attract the due attention. Take the high-end LG V30 Plus as an example. Despite being a pretty decent device, it remains undervalued. However, for those who are averse to a notched display, the LG V30 Plus has been marked down at Walmart and Best Buy.
Best Buy Is Selling the Phone for Just $69.84 but There Are Strings Attached
First off, Walmart is only asking $379.99 for the unlocked handset that supports Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T networks. There are no strings attached because you just have to pay $380 and the Aurora Black variant of the LG V30 Plus will be yours. The phone is fueled by the Snapdragon 835 chipset and has 4GB of RAM paired with 128GB of internal memory.
Best Buy is offering the phone for $69.84, and as you might have guessed a few terms and conditions apply. To avail this offer, you will have to go with the 2-year Sprint payment plan for an additional service line or a new account. Moreover, you will also have to deal with a $10 monthly bill credit for the duration of the contract.
Moreover, Best Buy is also offering an instant discount of $50, which means that instead of paying $15 every month, you will just have to pay $2.91 a month, which means the total amount will be less than $70. Needless to say, this is as good as it gets, and a considerable reduction from a standard one-time fee of $360, which was reduced to $120 in October.
So how about it? A 2017 flagship for a practically throwaway price? Sounds like a terrific deal to us.