LG sweetens its G4 deal for US shoppers with accessory bundle

LG launched the G4 late last month, and it’s just about time for sales of the phone to get started in the US. As carriers and retailers prepare themselves for the phone’s arrival, we’re learning about a couple very tempting deals that might help push you over the edge if you’ve been considering picking up a G4 for yourself.

One of the features that helps the G4 stand out from its other spring Android flagship competition is the phone’s removable battery. At launch time, LG was clear that it was going to really emphasize the ease at which users could swap batteries in and out, and it’s driving that point home with an accessory offer.

Shoppers in the US who purchase a G4 by June 21 will be able to score a free accessory bundle consisting of a 32GB microSD card, an extra 3,000mAh battery, and a cradle charger that will let you charge that battery separately from your phone – so it’s ready to go when you need it. You’ll have to buy your G4 from an authorized retailer, so be sure to click through to the source and read the fine print to make sure you’ll qualify. LG values the bundle at $105.

The other real eye-catching G4 offer comes from Best Buy, which will hook you up with a $100 gift card when you pre-order a G4 through the retailer. It carries the phone as configured for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon, so you’ve got some carrier options. And when you combine that gift card with the accessory bundle offer, you’ve got a pretty compelling case for checking the G4 out.

Not sure what to think about the LG G4? Check out our in-depth review.

Source: LG, Best Buy
Via: Android Central

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