If you've been hankering for the LG G6, the wait is nearly over. The carriers that have confirmed these details so far include AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular. Couple that with the Google Home offer and you're getting $479 in free stuff, which sort of lowers the price to just $193.
All four major US carriers have announced the LG G6 will launch on April 7.
To take advantage of the trade-in credit, customers have to buy the LG G6 with monthly payments and trade-in one of the above-mentioned eligible devices either during the checkout or once they submit the order.
Furthermore, Sprint will start the LG G6 pre-orders on March 17, CNET reported. Customers using an HPUE-enabled smartphone may have a better overall experience with streaming videos, mobile gaming and other online apps and services.
Verizon is offering the device for $28 for 24 months ($672 retail price), according to a leaked render obtained by Android Central Wednesday. The carrier does reveal that the full retail price of the smartphone is $650.
Will you be grabbing the LG G6 at launch or waiting to see what the Samsung Galaxy S8 and HTC 11 have to offer? The carrier will offer the phone for $29.50 per month on a regular, two-year contract - this translates into a total of $708. We can expect T-Mobile to make some announcements in the near future, and Sprint may do the same just to compete with other carriers.
The third special offer for the Verizon LG G6 bundles a free 43-inch LG Smart TV. Or you can pay $28/month for 24 months on Verizon Edge. Nothing yet for JOD (Jump on Demand prices), but when the time comes for the phone to launch, those numbers will be provided. AT&T Next Every Year customers can get the smartphone at US$30 for 24 months.