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T-Mobile Cuts LG G4 Price To $350 Prior To LG G5 Launch

March 2, 2016 - Written By Justin Diaz

Last week at Mobile World Congress 2016 LG unveiled their brand-new 2016 flagship device, the LG G5. It’s slated to hit all major U.S. carrier here in the U.S., including T-Mobile, and it won’t be long before the device is officially available for consumers to pick up in store. Leading up to the launch of LG’s new smartphone, T-Mobile is giving their subscribers a chance to save some money on last year’s model flagship from LG, as they have recently lowered the price of the LG G4. It’s also worth noting that this isn’t just the monthly lease price of the phone that shows up on your bill, but rather the full retail cost of the phone.

T-Mobile subscribers who are looking to save a little money can now pick up the LG G4 for just $349.99 down from the original retail cost of $599.76, which is essentially dumping $150 off the cost up front. This works out for those subscribers who are looking to break the price up over their bill as the monthly payments will be less money now each month, but it also benefits anyone who isn’t looking to spend any extra on their monthly bill and may just want to buy the phone outright at full cost. When you consider the specifications of the LG G4, $349.99 is a rather screaming deal for anyone on the carrier.

T-Mobile’s website doesn’t list that this is a web-only deal, which means subscribers should be able to show up in-store and get the same price on the phone. There is a good chance though that with all of the savings on cost that stock could leave stores fast so if you’re truly interested it would be worth it to go in as soon as you can to ensure you get one. Then again plenty of people will also be looking forward to the newest devices so there may not be a stock issue at all. The only caveat is that the $349.99 price is only for the Metallic Gray model of the phone, so there’s no option on getting leather or any other colors at that cost. If that doesn’t bother you, head into a local retail store or to the website and grab yours.