After the innumerable discounts offered by T-Mobile for its prepaid customers, a new one has just cropped up which could easily take the cake.
According to an internal memo accessed by a popular fan site, the company will offer the LG Leon LTE smartphone for free on the 20th of May for customers who sign up for a prepaid plan higher than $40 or pick the Simple Choice No Credit (SCNC) plan.
The smartphone is expected to hit the shelves along with its bigger sibling the LG G Stylo, so the promotion will come across as attractive to potential buyers. It must be noted that the Leon LTE will be offered for free only after a rebate by the carrier.
Discount amounts vary depending on what plan you’ve chosen, as TMo News states. Those who chose the regular prepaid option will see that the price of the smartphone has come down to $50, which will then be reimbursed to you in the form of an online rebate. But for those on the SCNC plan, the Leon LTE will cost $149.76, which will also be fully discounted in the form of a rebate. So regardless of which plan you pick, you stand to save some money if you choose the LG Leon LTE.