Cyber Monday Deal: LG G2 Available for Just $0.01 On Sprint, AT&T and Verizon

 

Last Friday, we brought you word of Amazon selling the LG G2 on the cheap for Black Friday, with LG's flagship being available on Sprint and Verizon for just a penny. Well., now it's back for Cyber Monday and this time includes AT&T for just a penny as well. Allowing you to get your hands on LG's latest and greatest on all major networks but T-Mobile for just a penny. Of course, while you're only paying $0.01 for the phone, you'll still have to sign up for two years' worth of service. While that doesn't sound like a great deal, you're going to have to buy service for the device anyway. T-Mobile of course offer some of the best service rates but, you'll end up paying a whole lot more for the device itself.

LG's G2 is a pretty solid flagship from the South Korean giant, as we found out in our review. Packing the same Snapdragon 800 that's graced many flagships this year, the G2 also features a great display at 5.2-inches and a brilliant 13-megapixel camera with OIS for less blurry pictures. Overall though, there's something to be said for this type of deal, you've got the service to pay for every month but, you'd normally be paying $199 for the G2 as well as the same amount each month for your service.

Unlike last week's deal though, this bring Ma Bell into the fold as well, giving Sprint, Verizon and AT&T users the opportunity to score one of 2013's best devices for just $0.01 on three major networks. If you're in the mood for some online shopping, now that the chaos of Black Friday has come to a calm, let us know in the comments and keep coming back to the site as we'll bring you the best deals as we come across them!

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