Buy One LG G5 And Get The Second Free From AT&T Inc.

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LG Electronics has officially confirmed that its new modular smartphone LG G5 will be available in South Korea on March 31 and in the US on April 1. If you were fascinated by G5’s modular design and ‘Friends’ accessories, AT&T is offering a lucrative deal for you. The carrier has started accepting pre-orders for the device, with a buy one get one offer.

AT&T to reimburse $689 over 30 months

AT&T has listed the LG G5 at $23 per month on a Next 24 plan over a period of 30 months. If you want to buy it upfront, you’ll have to shell out $689. The carrier will give you a second G5 for free if you are willing to activate a new line. The second phone won’t be free per se because you’ll still be out the cost of two smartphones. But AT&T promises to reimburse $689 over a 30 month period.

Note that customers still have to pay activation fees and sales taxes on both the handsets at the time of purchase. AT&T said both new and existing customers can avail this offer. The offer expires on March 31. Meanwhile, Best Buy is offering $100 savings on the G5 with purchase and activation from Sprint. Best Buy is also giving a $100 gift card with purchase and activation of a monthly plan.

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Your LG G5 comes with a $90 worth of free bundle that includes a charging cradle, a replacement battery, and a USB-C to micro-USB adapter. The Korean company will also be giving away a modular digital camera add-on in certain markets. G5 features a 5.3-inch Quad HD display with 2,560 x 1,440 resolution. The device runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow right out of the box.

The smartphone includes a 4GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, an Adreno 530 GPU, and a 2800mAh battery. It has 32GB of built-in storage and a microSD slot that supports up to 200GB of microSD cards. LG G5 boasts of a 16MP and 8MP rear camera with optical image stabilization, laser focus, and LED flash. The phone features an 8MP front camera.

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