T-Mobile LG Leon LTE tipped to cost just $80 from June 28-30

29 June, 2015

Just over a month after it started selling the LG Leon LTE smartphone, T-Mobile has slashed the price of the handset, although for a limited period only. The device will be available for just $80 from June 28-30.

The information was revealed by a leaked internal document that was sent by the magenta carrier to its retail staff. It's worth mentioning that the device usually sells for $149 on T-Mobile.

For those who aren't aware, the smartphone was unveiled back in February this year, along with three other mid-rangers, including the Magna, Spirit, and Joy. Their global roll-out began in March-end.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Jun 2015
  • Ibx

THE GOOD: Cheap 4GLTE device for people who need a short term phone before upgrading to something better (and almost ANYTHING IS BETTER) or just want to test the Lollipop waters without selling a kidney. Can be rooted with one-click script like most ...

  • AnonD-212727
  • 29 Jun 2015
  • 7JS

Bought this phone and gave it to my brother, but I played with it for a while. It is actually a really smooth phone. Camera is what it is, and music player has no EQ. My lil brother loves it I would recommend it specially for that price. It was selli...

  • AnonD-90122
  • 29 Jun 2015
  • k0Y

It is a nice device I sold one to a customer and they returned it because they had a standard sim card. I am sold out of them at my store. The store usually sells them at $100 on a no contract plan.

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