There's an all-new AT&T prepaid plan, priced at $50 or $40 with AutoPay, including 8GB of high-speed data. Also, heftier multi-line discounts, and a larger mobile hotspot bucket for the "Unlimited Plus" option.
The LG Fortune 2 only seems to have that ultra-low $99.99 price point going for it, running Android 7.1 Nougat and featuring overall subpar specs by 2018 standards.
Technically, you have to pay for your first two months of unlimited MetroPCS service before receiving $100 back, but free money is always a good deal.
Internationally unveiled around a month ago under the K8 (2018) name, the LG Zone 4 is now up for grabs with Verizon prepaid plans for just $114.99.
The Verizon and Cricket-bound Moto E5 Play, aka E5 Cruise, doesn't look like much at a first glance, but one particular design choice and a presumably ultra-low price point may make it quite appealing to the masses.
MetroPCS sets a new standard for unlimited family affordability, free phones thrown in for switchers
Four unlimited lines of MetroPCS prepaid service are only $100 a month in total right now, with a bunch of free phones up for grabs for switchers.
If you thought the Moto E4 was affordable on Verizon, Amazon or Republic Wireless, check out this MetroPCS launch deal. It's almost too good to be true.
Exclusively available on prepaid Cricket Wireless plans, the Android 7.1 Nougat-powered ZTE Blade X Max only costs $149.99.
Following in the footsteps of last year's Amp Prime, and copying this year's J3 Emerge, Cricket's Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime 2 stands out with Nougat.
The best AT&T GoPhone monthly prepaid plans still cost $40 and $60 respectively, getting big upgrades from 4 and 8GB high-speed data to 6 and unlimited.