Deal: LG G6 drops to $119.76 with Sprint installment plan

This week the deals in the mobile space are aplenty, what with Black Friday coming up and all that. If you’re interested in purchasing an LG G6 and would rather have Sprint as your carrier than US Cellular, here’s an amazing offer for you. Best Buy is currently selling Sprint’s LG G6 version for only $ 4.99 month with a two-year installment plan (and $ 0 down). That means you’ll end up paying a grand total of $ 119.76 for the handset when those two years are up. That’s pretty insane even compared to Sprint’s current retail pricing of the G6, which is $ 480 – to say nothing of the device’s… – Latest articles

LG G6 for Sprint is just $119.76 today only, Verizon’s version going for $287.76

Best Buy is currently offering an insane deal on the LG G6, as long as you don’t mind having Sprint as your carrier and purchasing the handset with a monthly installment plan. If that’s OK with you, and you act fast, you’ll pay nothing upfront for the phone, then followed by $ 4.99 per month for two years. This means that you’ll end up paying a grand total of $ 119.76 for the G6. The most important caveat here is that the deal is only available until 11:59 PM CT today, so you have just a few more hours to take advantage of it. If you can’t live without Verizon but still want a G6 for less… – Latest articles

iPhone SE now starts at $119.76 on Sprint, $248.88 on Verizon, $249.90 on AT&T

Best Buy has started a big July 4 sale, and among the many deals that are to be had we found some very interesting price cuts for Apple’s iPhone SE. The handset which normally starts at $ 449.99 at the retailer can now be had for as little as $ 119.76 if you choose the 16GB model, activate it on Sprint, and use the carrier’s installment plan to pay for it. In that case, you will only shell out $ 4.99 per month for the phone over two years. The 64GB iPhone SE for Sprint goes for $ 7.08 per month, adding up to a total of $ 169.92, while for the 128GB version you’ll end up paying $ 349.92. The 32GB… – Latest articles