Well, the deal’s just about done and dusted before we could cover it, but in the spirit of noting radical discounts that were taken up in association with LG, we wanted to relay to you that beyond the special $120 price for the Sprint LG G6, the carrier itself offered another one-time $30 credit through web-only offer code “ACTWEB”.

Yep, on top of an activation fee credit of $30, Android Police reports the phone would’ve still costed $5 per month for two years for customers new to Sprint, but the math adds up to a mere $90 for a 2017 flagship phone, out for only a season. Sure, you might temper that by thinking about that Snapdragon 821, but still.

Then again, there’s a reason that LG’s keeping these deals on the down-low and in short bursts, just like that BOGO cluster for T-Mobile.


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