T-Mobile offering both Galaxy S7 flagships and LG V20 at just $350
We don’t know what is going on in South Korea as of right now, but if you are in the United States, you would surely love it. If you also happen to be a fan of either or both of Samsung and LG Electronics, it would interest you to know that both South Korean OEMs are offering their flagship units at a very reduced price in the country. For Samsung, the deal covers the flagship Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge units while that for LG applies only to the LG V20.
To be specific, you can now get either of the units for just $350, and there is also the option to get them on contract where you are required to pay a token of $15 every month. There is a caveat to this deal though as it is being pushed by T-Mobile. That is a small price to pay for what the carrier used to sell for nearly twice the same amounts.
For example, T-Mobile used to offer the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge units for $673 and $780 respectively, and it is sold by Samsung themselves for $570 and $670. On the LG V20, T-Mobile used to have a price tag of $769 on it, while LG sold it officially for $799.
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