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OPtimus Elite
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For those that missed the target deal 2 weeks ago for $59.99...
Missed the Radio Shack hassle deal for $49.99 - $10 coupon...
You are in luck. Bestbuy this week's ad shows the LG Optimus Elite (Black or White) on sale for $49.99. (Hopefully, they don't force you to activate, etc...)

https://deals.bestbuy.com/mobile+phones/product/5177574/virgin+m...

Bestbuy Optimus Elite

I actually purchased one from Target 2 weeks ago and was able to activate and grandfathered to my $25 dollar plan.

Good deal for those that still has the $25 plan. Otherwise, if you are to spend $35 a month, I would wait for a 4G phone to go on sale.

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LG Optimus Elite
Thanks djrsn00
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To switch the phone you have to do it online.

Also, as a tip, when you power on the new phone, make sure you see a signal before activating the phone. If you don't wait, you will most likely get an error and you have to start again.

I like my Optimus Elite. The camera kind of sucks 2 out of three pictures seem blurry, however I have found that with reducing the pull times of checking email, facebook, twitter the battery lasts at least as long as the Optimus V.
If you have the $25 plan and the Optimus V and want something with a much better screen, this is the deal for you.

This so far seems to be a very solid phone. It has several advantages over the Optimus V including Android 2.3 rather than 2.2 on the Optimus V, more memory, a slightly larger screen (3.5" vs. 3.2") and a faster processor.

In terms of memory, the phone comes with roughly 900 MB of main memory that is free (compared to about 150 MB on the Optimus V). Additionally, about 2 GB of memory is in a separate "partition" that can be treated as if it is an SD card, including moving apps to it. While the phone does not come with a microSD card, there is a microSD card slot inside the back cover that can be used for even more storage.
I bought it by http://bestversionphones.com/lg-optimus-elite-prepaid-android-phone-virgin-mobile/

This so far seems to be a very solid phone. It has several advantages over the Optimus V including Android 2.3 rather than 2.2 on the Optimus V, more memory, a slightly larger screen (3.5" vs. 3.2") and a faster processor.

In terms of memory, the phone comes with roughly 900 MB of main memory that is free (compared to about 150 MB on the Optimus V). Additionally, about 2 GB of memory is in a separate "partition" that can be treated as if it is an SD card, including moving apps to it. While the phone does not come with a microSD card, there is a microSD card slot inside the back cover that can be used for even more storage.
I bought it by http://bestversionphones.com/lg-optimus-elite-prepaid-android-ph...



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