For a long time, people have been waiting to learn more about the release date of LG G Flex 2. According to recent reports, the curved screen LG G Flex 2 is now available for purchase. Earlier, rumors regarding this device suggested that it would be unveiled at CES 2015 and that is how it exactly happened. LG’s press conference was scheduled at 8pm Pacific Time on 5th January 2015. It took place at 4pm in UK was broadcasted live for the anticipating viewers. Since 12th March, the LG G Flex 2 is available on the Vodafone Network.
The customers who acquire the device with the Red 4G plan will also receive the LG G Watch R without any extra charges. However, the offer is valid till the stocks last. The prices begin from £39.50 per month with an upfront cost of 19 pounds on the Vodafone Red 4G Price Plan. The particular plan will provide the customers with a choice of free access to Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or a Now TV Entertainment Pass. All of it will be a part of Vodafone’s Ultimate Entertainment Package.
In the meantime, Carphone Warehouse has started listing the LG G Flex 2 in their collection of devices. The plans start at £34.50 every month without any upfront charge. The pricing is aggressive as Carphone Warehouse wishes to match cheaper tariffs set by its competitors. Customers will also receive an LF Bluetooth Speaker and LG Quick Circle Case (worth 160 pounds), totally free of charge. The offer is available till stocks last.
Even though Vodafone is offering the LG G Flex 2 from £39.50 per month (with a £19 upfront fee), there has been no declaration regarding a SIM-free price. Since LG prices its flagships around 100 pounds lesser than the rivals, we could start expecting a SIM-free price of 499 pounds. In the meantime, the claimed leaked listing indicates a €599 price tag for the LG G Flex 2.