Sprint has today announced a new program customers will be able to take advantage of. For those who desire an LG G3, you’ll now be able to lease the smartphones at $15 a month for 24 months.

Customers can take the devices home for $0 down. At the end of the lease, customers can turn the device in and lease another or return the device (as long as it is in working order) and terminate their service.

What do you think of this lease program, a good idea or just another way to take advantage of customers that don’t carefully pay attention to terms, conditions and pricing?

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Sprint LG G3 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures

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Following is the latest ROM / Firmware V30D for LG G2 that you can download from official LG site. This file is about 1.2G. It might be helpful if you want to update your phone to the latest Lollipop firmware. Just follow the link to download the file!

Caution: Every time you flash your LG G2 at your own risk. We will not be responsible for any damage or breakage of your phone.

Official LG G2 F320S / F320L Android 5.0 Lollipop V30D Firmware

LG G2 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures

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Owners of the Korean LG G2, rejoice! As promised earlier, LG has delivered an update for your device, which will finally let it experience the tasty Android 5.0 Lollipop.

The update build name is V30D name, which as our tipster suggests, means it’s packing Lollipop (V20D – Android 4.4 Ice Cream Sandwitch ).

To get the update follow this download link for the 1.2GB .kdz file. To load it onto your device, you can search the tutorial on my site. This is for the Korean version of the LG G2 F320S/F320L, unknown if this work on the international version of the device.

It’s still unknown when LG will issue the update for the international LG G2, we are hoping to see it soon enough.

Official LG G2 Android 5.0 Lollipop kdz firmware / rom Download:

LG G2 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures

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