T-Mobile LG G4 comes with $100 rebate, making it one helluva deal at $380



If you’re looking to upgrade your old smartphone and got $400 burning a hole in your pocket, your money will take you far when it comes to Android devices. We’re seeing a growing numbers of devices launch this year at the sub $400 pricing and joining smartphones like the Moto X Pure Edition, Nexus 5X or even the OnePlus 2 is now the LG G4. LG is throwing yet another promotion for the phone, this time offering a $100 rebate when you buy the T-Mobile version which essentially brings the price down to a very tempting $380. That’s not bad considering everything the LG G4 offers.

Not only does it come with a stellar camera and form factor small enough to use with one hand (it’s got some fairly small bezels), but it also has a removable battery and micro SD card slot. It’s that kind of versatility you just wont find in most smartphones these days and it’s exactly why the LG G4 is still one helluva buy. The phone does have its weird quirks. Our unit and others had a weird touch screen sensitivity issue and random WiFi disconnections, but apparently this isn’t the case with every model (from what we’ve read, it was mostly Verizon and AT&T models giving people trouble). We just wanted to give you a heads up.

To take advantage of the offer, all you’ll have to do is submit a copy of the receipt to LG and fill out a quick form on their special promotions page here. After that, just wait a few weeks and your check will be in the mail. Just don’t diddly daddle. The promo is only good for purchases made between Oct 23rd to Nov 6th (and must be redeemed by Dec 6th).

[LG Promotions]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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