Sprint's Flex Lease program includes several of your favorite Android phones going for very low prices. The least expensive is the Samsung Galaxy S9, which you can get for just $10 a month for 18 months. Upgrade to the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+ for $15, $20, or $25 a month respectively.
The LG G8 ThinQ is also on the Flex Lease but comes with some extra incentive. Grab it for $15 a month, and you'll also be able to get a $150 gift card. The gift card will require an online registration, and it takes about eight to ten weeks to ship from LG.
The Flex Lease is always an 18-month lease. You will need approved credit, and all of these phones require a new line of service. After that time is up, you can return the phone and upgrade to a new model or buy the rest of the price of the phone. If you choose to buy out the phone instead of upgrading to whatever new iPhone is out at the time, you can either pay off the rest in one lump sum or choose a six-month payment plan.
The way the Flex Lease programs works is it applies a credit onto your bill and usually takes a couple months to get going. For example, the Galaxy S10 would normally be $37.50 a month. On the Flex Lease, you'll get a $17.50 credit applied to your bill to bring the total down to $20. The Galaxy phones are available in white, blue, and black. The LG G8 ThinQ comes in both Platinum Gray and Aurora Black.
If you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, our review of the Galaxy S10+ paints a clear picture. It has one of the best smartphone displays we've ever seen, powerful technology, and three cameras that include one 16MP ultra wide-angle camera you'll just want to mess around with. The review said, "the Galaxy S10 gets as close as possible to fulfilling the promise of being the best phone for the widest range of people out there" and reviewer Andrew Martonik added, "I can recommend a Galaxy S10 or S10+ to anyone and not worry that it'll be missing something they want or rely on in a modern high-end smartphone."
We've also gotten our hands on the LG G8 for a review of what it's capable of. Our reviewer said it's a great phone to get when it's discounted if you want to try something new and added, "The LG G8 is a fine phone. It mostly competes with Samsung's Android-leading Galaxy S10, and in a few small areas — like its audio technology — it even bests it." It has some really fantastic specs, including a slick and seamless design using Gorilla Glass 6. The insides include a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage that doubles the previous generation, and a 3500mAh battery that's a 17% bump in power over the G7.
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