We just heard about what T-Mobile and AT&T will offer interested customers who want to get their hands on the new LG G6, and now Verizon and Sprint have unveiled their details on how to pick up a unit of LG’s latest flagship smartphone.
Beginning with the former, Verizon has opened pre-orders for the G6 over on their website. The handset will run you $28/month for 24 months, or $672 which is $22 over T-Mobile’s price. Interesting, the red carrier will begin selling the smartphone on March 30th, over a week before T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint will get it. And as is the case with all four major US networks, you’ll get a free Google Home with every purchase of a G6, while a free 43-inch LG TV will also be offered exclusively for Verizon customers.
As for Sprint, the carrier will sell the G6 for $29.50/month for 24 months, or $708 which is $12 less than AT&T’s full retail price of the handset. Again, you’ll get a free Google Home with your purchase, but you’ll have until May 11th with Sprint to get your new phone and home assistant rather April 30th which is the limit for the other three carriers. Also with Sprint, you’ll get a free 49-inch LG 1080p TV rather a 43-inch like with Verizon.
Spring has also opened pre-orders for the G6 on their website.
We’re not exactly sure when LG may sell the G6 unlocked in case you’re wondering, but we’ll let you know when that information is available. For now, it looks like you’ll have to go through a carrier to get your hands on LG’s latest and greatest.