LG G6 is Coming To AT&T April 7th
- Author: Arturo Norris Mar 18, 2017,
Mar 18, 2017, 1:08
Verizon is offering the device for $28 for 24 months ($672 retail price), according to a leaked render obtained by Android Central Wednesday. It will start at $650 or $26 a month from T-Mobile, or almost $700 from other carriers.
As we get closer to the launch of the LG G6, more reports are coming in on how the latest smartphone flagship device from LG will be promoted by United States carriers. They can also get a Dollars 200 trade-in credit when activating a LG G6 on device payment on Verizon Unlimited. Finally, you can trade in a device and get up to $200 in bill credits toward your LG G6.
New customers get Unlimited Talk, Text and Data with Sprint AutoPay and get the first line for $50/month. The good news for qualified US Cellular customers is that they can receive a $297.60 promotional card which brings the phone's price down to just $10 per month over 30 months (with a new Retail Installment Contract).
Pre-order LG G6 and, for a limited time, get a 49-inch LG 1080p HDTV for FREE, only from Sprint after online registration (regularly $349.99.) In addition, through May 11, buy the LG G6 and get a Google Home on LG after online registration.
Get a free LG 43-inch Smart TV when you buy the LG G6 from Verizon Wireless. Plus, pick one up before April 30th and LG will hook you up with a free, worth $129. The phone costs $24/month over 30 months for AT&T Next customers, $30/month over 24 months for AT&T Next Every Year subscribers, or $719.99 if you want to buy it without any payment plan. It also gives a discount for the newest LG Watch Sports.
As of right now we have no additional details regarding LG G6 deals from other carriers. And unless there was some clerical error, Verizon will be shipping the smartphone starting 30th March, a good full week before everyone else.