UK retailer Carphone Warehouse has just announced that pre-orders for the LG G Flex 2 in black are now available. Previously slated for February 28, the G Flex 2 can be yours when taken out with plans starting from £24 a month (accompanied by a down payment of £310 for the phone). To help sweeten the deal, you'll receive a free Bluetooth speaker and QuickCircle case.
Just in case paying for the handset when taking out new plans isn't quite up your street, the LG G Flex 2 can be received for free on contracts costing at least £34.50 a month. The free LG Bluetooth speaker and case bundle is worth £150, making it quite the deal when coupled with the smartphone itself. Interested? Check out our hands-on preview from CES 2015 for more shots and our initial impressions.
Head over to the Carphone Warehouse to pre-order the LG G Flex 2.
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Source: Carphone Warehouse
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