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I think we can all agree that AT&T's $300 on-contract price for the LG G Flex is unacceptable. Sprint's $250 asking price is also too high, though not as obscene. If you're looking for a curved phone, you can get the G Flex for a mere $99.99 on-contract with either carrier through Amazon.

2014-03-28 11_31_10-Amazon.com_ LG G Flex, Titan Silver 32GB (AT&T)_ Cell Phones & Accessories

The G Flex is still a $600 phone without a contract, but you can only pay so much of a premium for style. If the contract doesn't bother you, it's just a relative pittance on Sprint or AT&T. Keep in mind that's the price for new lines/accounts. If you're upgrading the price goes up to $119.99 on both carriers.

This is the cheapest we've seen the G Flex selling so far. The last deal on Amazon had it at $150, so this is a steep drop in a month.

[G Flex (AT&T), G Flex (Sprint)]

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • kekkojoker90

    Isn't the name of this phone LG Banana Flex?

  • brkshr

    I don't like how they squeeze the sides in on the front shot. It just looks stupid.

  • dude

    I wouldn't call it a deal. Using LG UI is a punishment more like.