Sprint and LG have entered Black Friday weekend with one of the most impressive deals on the tech market today. While the words, “free,” “TV,” and “giveaway” typically come with some serious red tape – there’s something seriously impressive about this particular deal.
The deal reads simple enough, and the terms and condition of the offer are even simpler. Activate any new LG G4 with Sprint by November 30 and register it by December 14, and you will receive a new 24-inch LG LED HDTV for FREE. If that’s not enough, the simplistic nature of the terms is even more enticing. Whether you’re a new customer – or a returning customer – the terms and conditions are among the most impressive shoppers will find this weekend.
For new customers, simply match a plan to an LG G4, activate the device, and receive the new LG LED HDTV. For those who already have service with Sprint, simply upgrade to an LG G4 and those customers will receive an LG LED HDTV no questions asked.
As always with Sprint service, the smartphone can be purchased outright – or through the Sprint Easy Pay installment arrangement. That being said, the LG G4 is one of the most impressive devices on the market this year and comes with a proven track record.
The LG G4 was released in April of 2015 and features a 5.5-inch display. It runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor. It packs in 32GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM for high-speed operation. If that’s not enough – the phone also has expandable storage up to 128GB and boasts an impressive 16MP primary camera on the rear of the device. The secondary camera, or the “selfie camera” as many have come to know it in popular culture is an also impressive 8MP shooter. It can run for up to 360 hours in standby mode, and run for 19 hours while talking with an impressive 3,000 mAh battery.
Verizon is offering $200 off altogether on their network to entice customers to consider the LG G4. AT&T hasn’t made as impressive an offer for customers looking to capture an LG G4 this holiday season so far. Their deal gets customers a G PAD F for $0.99 with a two-year agreement. Overall, the Sprint deal is by far the best – assuming their service is attainable in the shopper’s region. That has been one major black mark for the company – and something that good deals, cheap phones, or even a holiday can’t overshadow.