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T-Mobile to Sell LG G Flex Feb 5

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Aug 5, 2014, 5:25 PM
over in the "LG G Flex (U.S. GSM)" discussion:


I see the instructions to hold the power and volume down for 2 seconds. I can't get that to work. Is there another way?

Jan 16, 2014, 1:25 PM
over in the "LG G Flex (U.S. GSM)" discussion:

who actually wants this crap?

Especially with the report that almost all handsets come with bumps on the screen...and for $300 with a 2 year contract? i would much rather have the g2 for far less. i cant see this being a top seller. more likely a flop. imho.
if it flops or not. Flexible screens are finally here. And that's a good thing. The technology will only get better from here on out. I don't want the phone either. But short of Google's Project Ara, it's the most exciting thing that has happened to p...
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If I was in the marketplace for a higher end phone, I would most defiently go with something new and innovating other than something boring and regular like the iPhone 5s.

LG G Flex iPhone 5s
I do not want this crap. But, I do want the phone that Will Smith used in After Earth that he rolled up like a crescent roll.

Jan 27, 2014, 12:32 PM

Can't Math

$28*24 months is $672 not $576...
Sorry, I trusted T-Mobile's math. Here's from the press release:

"Down payment + 24/mo payments req'd. Total: LG G Flex $576."
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