We have barely heard anything regarding pricing and availability for the LG G6 in the US, but thankfully T-Mobile and AT&T have announced some details regarding the handset to better clear up any confusion interested consumers may have.
Starting with the former, T-Mobile will make the G6 available starting April 7th on the Uncarrier’s unlimited One plan. Price wise, the handset will go for $26/month for 24 months, or $650 which lines up with the Google Pixel’s and iPhone 7’s costs. If you purchase the device by April 30th, LG will also give you a free Google Home as previously reported.
Regarding the latter, AT&T will accept pre-orders for the G6 starting tomorrow on their website. You’ll be able to buy it on April 7th via the carrier’s Next plan for either $24/month over the course of 30 months or $30/month over 24 months “when you have eligible service.” Perks include a second, free G6 when you open a second line on Next, a free Google Home, and an LG Watch Sport for $49.99 on a 2-year contract.
For reference, if you do the math, the G6 is actually $720 on AT&T, making it $70 more expensive than T-Mobile’s offering. We’ve seen similar pricing before with the LG V20 last year which also varied across networks.
We have yet to hear Verizon and Sprint’s pricing for the G6, so when that information comes in, count on MBEDDED to deliver it.