Deal: 48-Hour Unlocked Sale Includes LG G5, OnePlus 2, Nextbit & More

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If you happen to be in the market for a new smartphone and would prefer the convenience of an unlocked smartphone then you are in luck. Amazon is currently running an Unlocked Savings promotion where a number of smartphones have been reduced in price. Meaning there are a number of bargains to be had. Although, this is a promotion which is only set to run for the next 48 hours and so you will want to act fast with this one.

In terms of the deals, probably the most well-known option on offer is the LG G5 which is currently available with a saving of $120, which means it can be picked up right now for only $479. Moving on and the OnePlus 2 is currently available with a saving of $60 which means it is down from its normal $299.99 to only $239.99. The Nextbit Robin is another phone which is seeing a fairly hefty discount as it is currently available for only $199.99. Which is the same discount being applied to the ASUS ZenFone 2 which is down from $299 to $199, as well as the ASUS ZenFone Zoom which is down from $399 to $299.

If you are after a much more affordable smartphone then the LG K7 which is normally priced at $149.99 is currently available for only $99, while the Orbic Slim which is normally priced at $129.99 is now available for only $99.99 and the Posh Mobile Kick Pro is currently on sale for $71.99 (down from $89.99). As a reminder, these prices are only good for the next 48 hours, so time is limited if you do want to pick any of these smartphones up at their currently reduced prices.

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