Despite being a relatively new brand spanking new smartphone and one that at least on paper looks about as good as mobile technology gets nowadays, the LG G2 can already be had on the cheap. Well, not on the cheap on the cheap, meaning for like $20 with contracts or $400 outright, but Wirefly, Amazon and Costco have started slashing the thing’s pricing with pacts.
Wirefly is by far the most generous of the three retailers, offering the Verizon flavor of the G2 for $149.99, both for new users of the network and folks looking for an upgrade or add-a-line.
That’s 50 bucks off Big Red’s list price, but here’s the cherry on top of the promo: you can get an extra $30 Visa gift card if you transfer your number to Verizon from a different carrier. Not bad, eh?
Meanwhile, if your carrier of choice is AT&T, Amazon and Costco are at your disposal with a virtually identical deal, where you can buy the Ma Bell G2 for $150. With 24-month agreements, of course, but that’s not so bad given you’ll sign up for a stunning 5.2-incher with almost non-existent bezels, Full HD screen, quad-core Snapdragon 800 power, pre-loaded Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and 3,000 mAh battery.
Seriously now, what more could you want?