Free LG V30 from AT&T

Welcome to the latest installment of the Weekly Plan Spotlight. There were a few interesting phone plans this week, so we chose two of the most compelling for your perusal.

Plan 1: Free LG V30 from AT&T

The LG V30 has a price tag of $799.99, but if you’re willing to link up to AT&T for a while, you can get one for free.

The requirement on your part is that you sign up for either the AT&T Next or Next Every Year plan, which commits you to AT&T for 30 or 24 months, respectively.

Free LG V30 from AT&T

As usual, this deal applies after bill credits. You buy the phone in installments — which are $26.67 per month on the Next plan — and within three bill cycles they start reimbursing you via bill credits. As long as you stay the life of the contract, you’ll get your full $800 back.

This deal doesn’t apply to upgrades, and it’s online only. There are a few more bits and pieces of fine print too, so take the time to have a read before signing up. What is for sure is that you get a free LG V30, and the plans are fairly affordable.

You can take a closer look, the widget below leads you to AT&T’s site.

Plan 2: Half-price Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with Sprint

Everyone loves a half-price deal, and it’s especially satisfying when it applies to a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 worth $1,000. This deal isn’t even a bill credit setup either. The kicker is that you have to sign up for the new Sprint Unlimited Premium Plan, which runs you $80 per month.

It’s not cheap, but you’re getting a pretty damn good plan for your money. We’re talking unlimited everything, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Tidal, HD video streaming, and 50GB of 4G LTE mobile hotspot. Don’t forget your half-price Note 9 of course.

The phone installments come to $20.83 per month, meaning your total bill will be just over $100 per month with the plan. For a top handset and plan to match, the button and widget below take you to the deal.

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