T-Mobile Is Now Discounting The LG G4 By $120

When LG announced the LG G4 earlier this year, some may have been wowed by the inclusion of the specs that it had and others may have been hoping for something a little bit different. Regardless of the popular opinion about LG's latest device, it sports some pretty decent specifications, all of which make it a good solution for anyone looking to grab an upgrade. It's also priced pretty competitively against some of the other major flagship which have been launched so far this year, but T-mobile is doing customers one better by lowering the initial cost of the LG G4 by $120 on their website.

Right now T-Mobile has officially dropped the retail sale price on the phone bringing it down from the original price of $599.76 to $479.76, and keep in mind that this doesn't appear to be an online only thing so if you'd rather go into your local retail store you should be able to grab the same price and walk out with the phone in hand. Considering the phone was only just recently launched not that long ago, it's a little surprising to see the full retail cost go down so soon, but T-Mobile customers who need a new phone probably won't complain. The new cost of the phone can be paid in full for those who would rather just buy it outright with no EIP payments, but if you quite like the ability to utilize EIP you can break it up over your bill payments every month with a fee of $19.99, not to mention that well-qualified customers will get to walk out with the phone paying $0 down if they break it up.

In addition to this price drop on the LG G4, T-Mobile is having a bundle deal where if customers also pick up an LG G Pad F 8.0 and bundle it with the purchase of their brand new LG G4, they'll get $100 back on the transaction which save customers even more money. Whether customer purchase the phone or the tablet first, as long as they purchase the device they haven't picked up yet within 30 days of the original purchase, they'll receive a $100 prepaid gift card in the mail.

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