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AT&T has started taking preorders for the LG G5 premium phone. It is providing an exclusive promotion, a free battery power and a cost reduced Watch Urbane smart watch to enhance the offer. This latest thing from the company is provided for certified customers at a cost of $23 per month for two and a half years via the Next 24 service from AT&T, which is the carrier’s installment system.
With the carrier’s BOGO promotion for the phone, customers have to a pair of cellular phones, via the Next program and receive the cost of a single device refunded later. Clients must purchase the first handset via an upgrade or a new series.
The second device, which is their free phone, will be bought with a future line through Next 24. Those two devices must then be included within a certified data program, like Share Value. At&T will then start including adding several bill credits totaling around $700 for two and a half years, after a series of three cycles over this entire period.
If a client chooses to purchase only one LG G5 device, the company will hand out an additional battery package along with the charging support with no cost at all. In order to receive the free extra battery pack and charging support, first they have to own a legitimate e-mail address for contact and visit LG’s official site in order to register until May 2
Then, they will have to wait for another month in order to complete the company’s’ promotion demands. Once customers purchase the LG G5 through AT&T’s Next 24 plan, they will be eligible to get a modern Watch Urbane wearable at only $100 under the 24-month contract.
The smart watch is suited for the mobile carrier’s NumberSync service too. Through this useful function, customers are now capable to utilize AT&T cellular numbers to make phone calls or text messages on different linked gadgets, such as LG’s smart watch.
At the end of last year, AT&T released the NumberSync feature with compatibility for Samsung’s Gear S2. This addition enabled clients to leave the mobile phones at home, while still being able to receive phone calls through the smart watch.
At AT&T, potential buyers can decide upon four color choices, namely silver, gold, pink and titan. This smart phone is scheduled to also arrive in the United States’ stores starting next month with a price tag of approximately $800.
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