Google-LG Nexus 4 on T-Mobile Sells at Online Seller 'Let’s Talk' at $US76.49
By Erik Pineda | February 7, 2013 12:25 PM EST
Want the LG Nexus 4 for roughly $US77? For those able to access T-Mobile's network the Google handset is up for grabs courtesy of online retailer Let's Talk, which offers the deal to new and existing subscribers of the U.S. telco.
Going through the normal route, Nexus 4 on T-Mobile can be had by plunking down $US199 with a two-year contract. Let's Talk whipped out some magic and now it is able to dispense the hot Android smartphone with significant price cuts.
The whole deal, exclusive for new T-Mobile customers, actually costs $US84.99 but when signing up you make use of the coupon code 'TALK4TEN' Let's Talk will gladly shear off another $US8.50 from the original price.
The arrangement is also available for existing T-Mobile clients but they will have to pay up $US154.99 to get the Nexus 4 upgrade.
Getting a second T-Mobile line via Let's Talk is cheaper though as the gadget seller will charge you the same fees intended for new recruits.
The best thing about the offer, according to Talk Android, is the Nexus 4's ready availability, easily solving the difficulty of actually getting hold of the phone with the bonus of paying less.
This is a nice circumvent especially for those who can tap someone, where T-Mobile is available, to get the handset for them.
Affordable but powerful, Google's Nexus 4 was kicked up to extreme popularity following its November 2012 launch but supply of the handset seems always scarce.
After many weeks of playing hard to get, the LG smartphone returned to Google Play in early February but the rousing reception for its second coming seemed to have created new stock pressures as Google was forced to adjust delivery schedule for certain models.
But with offers coming from players like Let's Talk, Nexus 4 fans are afforded new channels to finally get the phone.
Nexus 4 unlocked starts at $US299 from Google Play and buyers will enjoy the following specs in exchange: a 1.5GHz Krait quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM and a Full HD 4.7-inch display screen.
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