LG G6: Who’s Offering What
The new LG G6 will be offered by Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular. If you are not bound by one of these carriers, which one should you go for?
Let’s start with Verizon. The carrier will be offering the LG G5 for $672 if you plan to pay full. If you are looking to sign a contract, the contract offered will be a 24months contract and you are expected to pay $28 every month. Verizon will be offering a free Google Home, $200 trade-in credit as a 43inch LG HDTV.
AT&T will be selling the LG G6 for $719. They will be offering two contract option. A 24month/ $30 contract and a 30months/$24 contract. Besides getting a free Google Home, buyers can also get an LG Watch Sport for $49 along with a Buy 1 Free 1 offer.
T-Mobile will be offering it for $650 or $26 if you sign a 24 months control. Customers will be offered a free Google Home but that is all.
The Sprint LG G6 will be sold for $708 or $29.50 for 24 months. They will be offering a few 49inch LG HDTV on top of the Google Home.
Lastly, US Cellular will be selling the LG G6 for $597.60 or $10 for 30 months with Promo card. They will also be offering Google Home for free.
Verizon will release the device on the 30th of March. AT&T will release the LG G6 between the 4th or 6th of April while Sprint and US Cellular will release it on the 7th of April. T-Mobile has not announced a release date yet.