Somehow, being straight and boxy does not seem to be the “in” thing when it comes to product design most of the time these days, and throwing in some curves would definitely go some way in making the device more appealing to the masses. We are pleased to report that the LG G Flex is finally available to pick up from AT&T as well as T-Mobile. If you happen to be a subscriber with AT&T, you will be able to pick one up for $299.99 as it will come with a new two-year contract, or should you choose not to pick it up on contract, then you can always fork out $694.99 right from the get go.
Over at T-Mobile, things work a little bit differently. You would not need to pay a single cent for it upfront, but then you are required to fork out $28 every month for the next 24 months before the handset is truly yours. This would work out to $672 a pop – which basically is still a wee bit cheaper than what you would pay AT&T for an unlocked device. Of course, you can always opt to cancel the wireless service at any point in time, but when you do that, do remember that whatever balance there is on the handset, it will become due.
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