All the major four US carriers will carry the latest LG’s flagship phone; when you order before April 30 and you will receive a free Google home.
The LG G6 will hit store shelves soon, and people placing order before April end, will get a bonus goodie free of cost. The pre-orders will start from tomorrow. In fact, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint will be having this set readily available on April 7 in their stores. Those on Verizon can get the G6 on March 30, a week earlier.
The pricing will vary slightly as Verizon will offer it for 24 months at $28 per month or $672, while AT&T will be charging $24 a month for 30 months or $30 per month for 24 months; both options make $720 as total. T-Mobile will sell G6 for$26 down and $26 a month for 24 months or $650. Sprint is charging at $29.50 per month for 24 months, accounting to $708.
In addition to this, for a limited time, LG will offer you a Google Home speaker for free that is priced at $129 normally with the G6 purchase. This promotion will run up to April 30 and all the major carriers are participating.
LG unveiled last month the G6 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. PCMag’s key Mobile Analyst Sascha Segan said the 5.7-inch handset “strikes a blow as one-handed phone fans, with biggest screen in a narrow body enough to hold comfortably.”
The LG G6 arrives while Samsung is ready to unveil its next-gen flagship, the Galaxy S8, on March 29.