T-Mobile has the LG Optimus L9 4G Android Smartphone, No Annual Contract for $290 - $100 off with coupon code JUNESAVINGS = $190 with free shipping. Includes a free $50 prepaid refill card with purchase.

  • 4.5" qHD Gorilla Glass 2 (960x540), 1GHz dual-core CPU
  • 5MP camera, 1080p video, GPS, turn-by-turn, Android 4.0.4
  • $180 Retail: $370

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      dennis007 Ben's cred: 281
      Posted 10:50 am PDT 06/23/13

      $140 phone seem like a good deal but let me tell you some thing I own 2 and it totally a POS. The upgrade from ICS to Jelly bean right off the bat already has bug but this is software part. Other hardware related issues I experience after 2 weeks of usage, phone freeze & unresponsive but do display a message phone is now unresponsive please restart phone????. Proximity sensor doesn't work well (no I don't have screen protector & why put one on when it gorilla glass) so when this happen your face is pressing all sort of button and at time hang up on a call during a conversation and at other time phone goes viral by itself. Bluetooth & GPS signal turn on & off by themselves and other function reset occasionally on it own.

      Phone would not allow you to install apps on the SD card so your free storage on the phone will be fill up quick. Many wonderful & useful features has been remove from older OS, example caller name ID announcer.

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      Pilgrim374 Ben's cred: 4
      Posted 11:27 am PDT 06/23/13

      I've owned high-end and low-end Androids, and this is an excellent phone.
      Unlike my Galaxy S2 (which I loved before I killed it by one too many drops,) the battery life on the L9is at least a full day and sometimes more. 4.5" is a nice size screen. Form facyor is thin, 4G data rates are very good, GPS works well, and the WiFi is sensitive. It is available regularly for ~$200 at Best Buy or ~$180 @ Amazon.
      But, with a $50 prepaid refill card, this is a good deal. I agree with the critic that the s/w upgrades by T-Mobile have added to the bloatware, but for a

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      Whistler Ben's cred: 265
      Posted 12:45 am PDT 06/24/13

      For anyone who isn't a current T-Mobile customer, I'd recommend a little research before signing up with them. Check out their coverage and their customer service record. Lots of people, including me, have been really disappointed by how they've operated in recent years.

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      • LG Optimus L9 4G Android Smartphone + $50 Refill Card for $200 at T-Mobile
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        Retail: $370
      • LG Optimus L9 4G Android Smartphone + $50 Refill Card for $200 at T-Mobile
      • $200
        Retail: $370
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