The newest deals come from Best Buy and Verizon, with the former retailer marking down the prices of the two aforementioned Android handsets by a whopping $490 on the latter carrier’s device payment plans.
Instead of coughing up an arguably excessive $40.83 every month for two years for the LG V40 ThinQ, amounting to a grand total of around 980 bucks, new Verizon subscribers and existing ones looking to add a line will be charged just $20.42 a month after bill credits.
That means your 24-month expenses will merely sit at $490 or so, representing 50 percent savings compared to the V40’s list price.
Meanwhile, new LG G7 ThinQ adopters on Verizon can save a solid $374 of their own once monthly bill credits are taken into consideration. The phone usually fetches $750 all in all, so with this new promotion, you’ll only be paying around $375. Coincidentally, that’s also a 50 percent discount.
The V40 is obviously more feature-packed, with a larger and sharper OLED screen, 6GB RAM, a slightly bigger battery, as well as three rear-facing cameras and two selfie shooters. But the G7 is itself no pushover, with decent dual 16MP rear snappers, a water-resistant build, and high-res LCD panel.