If you are looking to get hold of a high-end device at a reduced cost and are a Sprint customer then you probably already know about Sprint’s Leasing program. For those that don’t know, then back at the end of October Sprint launched ‘Sprint Lease’. This program allowed Sprint customers to effectively lease a new device and only pay a reduced lease fee over twenty monthly. At the time of launch, the program was only offered for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport. This meant the cost of picking up a Galaxy S5 out of the door was only the first monthly lease payment, which was $20. In fact, for Black Friday, Sprint even dropped that first initial payment, meaning you could walk out of the door paying nothing for the Galaxy S5.
Well, it looks like today a couple of more devices have been added to the Lease program. The first to join, is LG’s flagship device of 2014, the LG G3. As you probably already know, the LG G3 comes with 5.5” True HD IPS display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. Inside, the LG G3 comes with 2GB RAM and powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor (clocking at 2.5GHz). On the camera front, the LG G3 comes with a 13MP rear shooter and a 2.1MP front facing option. If you want to go for this device on the new Sprint Program, you can pick it up for 24 monthly payments of only $15.
The other device added is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Again, as you probably know, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with a 5.7” QHD Super AMOLED display (2560 x 1440). Inside, the Note 4 is loaded with 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage powered by a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor (clocking at 2.7GHz). In terms of cameras, there is a 16MP rear shooter along with a 3.7MP front facing option. If you fancy going for this device, then you can pick it up on the lease program for $25 a month.
So there you go You could now get either the LG G3 for $15 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for just $25 a month. Once your lease period ends you can either purchase the device, return the lease device and end your contact or simply trade it in for another leased device. Not bad really.