Deal: T-Mobile Offers Buy One, Get One Free on LG G6, V20 & V30 – 10/13/17


T-Mobile has just kicked off its latest BOGO sale, this time on select LG devices. This is great for those that are looking to pick up the LG V30, which just launched last Friday. The LG V30 is a great smartphone from LG, and one that has been receiving a ton of praise for a variety of reasons, including the almost bezel-less design, the incredible camera and it just looking beautiful.

The way this BOGO sale is going to work is, T-Mobile is offering up the LG G6, V20, V30 as well as some of its mid-rangers like the LG Aristo, LG Stylo 3 Plus and K10 Plus. You'll need to finance both devices, and add at least one line to your account. Now if you buy the LG V30 and the G6 together, you'll get the G6 for free since it's the cheaper one. Now when it comes to "free", this is in terms of bill credits over the next 24 months. Which means you'll need to stick with T-Mobile for the next two years to get your device for free. But there is also a cap on the bill credits. You will only get up to $500 off. So if you buy two V30's, you'll get the second one for $300 instead of $800. Which is still a great deal for two LG V30's but not quite a "free" V30, unfortunately.

To take advantage of this sale from T-Mobile, you can simply head to their site using the link below and pick up the LG devices you want to buy. Then head to check out. There's no promo code needed with this sale. But remember you do need to finance, or sign an EIP for these devices to get the $500 off. According to T-Mobile's website, this sale is going on now through November 16th, so you've got plenty of time to pick up a LG V30 and get another LG smartphone for free. And of course, this all comes with T-Mobile's Simple Choice plan which offers up unlimited talk, text and data with taxes and fees included. Oh and we can't forget that Netflix is also included in this plan, since you will have two lines, you will be eligible.


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