T-Mobile now selling LG Wing 5G and offering Buy One, Get One deal

 

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Today’s the day that the LG Wing 5G officially takes flight onto T-Mobile’s network.

The LG Wing 5G is available from T-Mobile for $0 down and $41.67 per month for 24 months. You can also score LG’s swiveling smartphone on an 18-month JUMP! On Demand lease for $249.99 down and $31 per month, or you can buy it at its full retail price of $999.99.

If you’re interested in the LG Wing and have a friend who’d be into one, too, T-Mobile has a deal for you. Customers who buy one LG Wing on a monthly payment plan can get a second Wing free when they buy it on monthly installments. T-Mobile will cover the cost of the second phone with 24 monthly bill credits.

This deal doesn’t require you to add a line or trade in a device to get your second LG Wing free. You just have to buy both devices on monthly payment plans and have them both on active voice lines.

If you picked up an LG Wing 5G today, let us know what you think of it!

Source: LG Wing 5G (T-Mobile)

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  • g2a5b0e

    It would be cool to check out a new form factor like this one, but LG is such trash with software support that I would never consider going with them. Yeah, I know they’re getting better, but they’re still not good.

    There’s a guy on here with a G8 who called the 1 OS & 3 security updates he’s gotten in the last year impressive. I don’t think anyone told him that the security updates are monthly.

    • Ouch.. But FULLY agree. LG are pretty but a total trash. At this point their saving grace would be to tone down their skin and go with something as close to pure android as possible (Moto / One Plus) AND release the updates in a timely manner. Otherwise it’s a huge gamble.

      • marque2

        I am a fairly consistent LG user, and I find the hardware quality is a bit lacking. I am not all that concerned with having the latest Android version – 10 is a bit of a mess, I wish I kept 9 – on the other hand, it is rather frustrating that all the other 5g phone companies managed to do a SA update, but I am still waiting two months later on the LG V60

  • mikkej2k

    I haven’t bothered to look , but I’m guessing that the unusual form factor would pose a challenge for finding cases that offer decent protection.

    Also , I haven’t seen many reviews of this phone that focus on it’s durability ( Motorola & Samsung have had tons of reviews of their folding phones with special attention to the hinge mechanisms )

    • dcmanryan

      Some guy on YouTube does a tear down and it actually looks like it’s put together quite well. I didn’t even think about a case for the phone but I’m guessing you’re right as I doubt many will make one for it and one of those that do it’ll be hit or miss if it’s any good.

    • krisstofer

      Durability? yah we don’t know. Not sure too if its unique features are needed on your everyday use. With the case, I saw one in YT just the same regular case works. It won’t get in the way with its swiveling, cool. But can’t resist too with its BOGO offer. hhhmm.