Black Friday Deal: LG G2 Just $0.01 on Sprint and Verizon; $29.99 on AT&T from Amazon

In case you haven't noticed, it's Black Friday today, the scores of people kicking down Mall windows might have given it away but, if not just check your calendar. So, with Black Friday finally upon us, there are scores and scores of deals out there to scoop up. We've got a lowdown on many of them but, there's always room for more, right? Of course there is! LG's latest flagship launched earlier this year to much fanfare, we ourselves quite liked the G2. As with most flagships these days, LG's G2 isn't exactly cheap however, this being Black Friday, normal rules don't apply.

So much so that you can get the G2 for just a penny on Sprint and Verizon, with Ma Bell's variant of the device running for $29.99, all on contract. As we said in the Nexus 5 deal on Sprint, it's a bit of a bummer that unlocked phones aren't on offer this Black Friday but, at just a penny, it makes your monthly bill a lot easier to swallow. Especially when you consider that you're going to be paying for your service every month anyhow.

If Sprint and Verizon are great in your are and you're looking to get a slightly larger phone and something nice and current, the G2 is a great device to consider. With its Snapdragon 800, beautiful 5.2-inch display and the innovative button placement on the rear, the G2 is a lot of phone. Even from AT&T on contract for $30 is a great deal, but of course, a penny sounds much better. Die-hard Verizon fans might want to snap this one up quickly, as chances of finding another cheap phone on Verizon are always slim.

You can buy the LG G2 on Sprint from Amazon here, the Verizon version here and AT&T's variant here. Black Friday needn't be stressful, in fact most of you shouldn't even need to leave the house, if you're planning on doing some serious shopping from the mound that is your Turkey-filled belly then check out our comprehensive list here.

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