It’s not a secret that using smartphones is not exactly cheap even if you manage to buy a device at a discounted price and get some kind of a deal from your carrier. This applies to the largest US networks, however, smaller ones apparently operate in a different way. FreedomPop proves that you can get a decent phone and a full month of service under $30. The California-based mobile service provider is now selling a certified pre-owned LG Optimus F3 for just $29 bundled with one-month free unlimited plan.
LG Optimus F3 for Boost Mobile pre-paid service is now for sale in carrier’s online store and local dealers
Better later than never – apparently, that’s the idea behind Boost Mobile’s latest release. Nine months after the LG Optimus F3 was launched on Sprint, T-Mobile, Metro PCS and Virgin Mobile networks; Boost Mobile is finally added the phone to its roster. The most obvious advantage of such late release is that the device is cheap. It will set you back only $129.99, and since Boost Mobile offers pre-paid service, the Optimus F3 doesn’t require a contract. The phone is on sale not only in the carrier’s online store but also at local dealers.
The LG G2 is not the only handset from the Korean company that is on its way to T-Mobile. The carrier is adding two more devices, the LG Optimus F3 and Optimus F6 to its roster as well. The former is already available from the carrier’s store and as a part of a special promotion, you can get the phone for no down payment whatsoever. Naturally, you will still have to pay off the price in the form of 24 monthly installments $10 each. Full retail price is $240.
T-Mobile pulls another rabbit out of the hat, and like magic they have announced the landing of yet another interesting phone. The LG Optimus F3 will arrive at T-Mobile in one week on August 7th. The handset will be T-Mobile’s cheapest LTE Android-powered smartphone, arriving to the carrier all with a limited-time offer price for $0 down with 24 monthly installments of $10.
The LG Optimus F3 journey to Sprint has come to an end and the phone is almost ready to be offered to customers. The carrier announced that it will start selling the phone online or through 1-800-SPRINT1 on June 14. If you prefer to hand pick your device you will have to wait a little longer. The handset will arrive at brick and mortar stores later this summer. The LG Optimus F3 will be priced at $29.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and will require a new 2-year service agreement. Such budget-friendly price level makes the Optimus F3 the most affordable LTE device offered by Sprint so far.
LG’s F-series was shown three months ago at World Mobile Congress in Barcelona. Touted as designed for budget conscious customers, the new lineup consists of three smartphones. Two of them, the LG Optimus F5 and the LG Optimus F7 were already presented to the public. The third member of the F series, the LG Optimus F3 still awaits official introduction. Recently we have seen signs that the phone could be available soon and, as promised, should be easy on your wallet.