Published: Sat, March 18, 2017
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

LG's New G6 Smartphone Headed to Major US Carriers

LG's New G6 Smartphone Headed to Major US Carriers

Launching on April 7, the phone will cost $24 a month for 30 months under the AT&T Next program for a full cost of $720. It will start at $650 or $26 a month from T-Mobile, or almost $700 from other carriers.

The wait is finally over for LG fans in the United States who have been waiting to find out how much the company's new flagship smartphone is going to cost.

Freebies with cellular contracts are usually pretty basic, but LG has opted to up the ante with regards to the free items that buyers of the G6 would enjoy. To take advantage of this promo, customers have to either switch to Verizon's network or add a line with the LG G6 on monthly installments, and use the Verizon unlimited plan.

The LG G6 was officially revealed almost a month ago, after virtually every aspect of the phone was already leaked. The LG Smart TV, valued at $349.99, is offered together with a Google Home unit, as well as $200 worth of trade-in credits. For normal customers, the retail price will be $597.60 or $19.92 every month for 30 months. If you order the device early, you might even get a chance to win a free Google Home. Users who pre-order or purchase the LG G6 on or before April 30 shall be rewarded with Google Home without any extra charges. In addition to the overall pricing, the carriers will also be offering the LG G6 on monthly payments of $26/month divided into 24 months. So it's two for the price of one. In case you switch to Verizon from another carrier, you will be getting the G6 for a slightly discounted price of $650 as part of the "Switcher" promotion.

That being said, we can expect Best Buy to offer some sort of awesome deal too. The smartphone starts shipping on April 7, when it will hit shelves nationwide.

Different carriers are offering the device at varying pricing plans.

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