Sprint is currently offering subscribers an LG Optimus G buy-one-get-one (BOGO) promotion: the first Optimus G costs $199.99 on contract, while the second one is available free of charge, although a new contract is included.
Don’t give yourself a hard time if you missed all the smartphones that Sprint paraded during its Black Friday promotion, because there’s more seasonal offer from the carrier heading your way. While the information hasn’t been officially released yet, we’re hearing that Sprint is readying a BOGO offer for some of the hottest Galaxy phones.
Gameloft has silently launched a buy one, get one free sale on Android games or a £0.99 sale if you’re in the UK
Gameloft has quietly released a sale where gamers can buy one and get one free for Android games. So far, only a handful of countries and devices have been confirmed as being able to access the sale. Those that do have it, though, can take advantage of it as many times as they'd like while the sale lasts.
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