LG G6 Updates: Stores In The US Where Interested Buyers Can Go For Pre-Orders Right Now

Mar 18, 2017 11:59 AM EDT | Paula

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LG G6 is up for pre-order now in the US. Here are some stores to buy them.
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Considered by many as one of the greatest android phones, LG's new phone LG G6 can now be pre-ordered on selected stores. Right now there seemed to be only a few stores that house them in the United States.

Verizon. Recently, Verizon opened its services for users who wanted to make sure that they got the latest LG device. The store offers promos for the new device like a trade-in credit amounting to $200 and a free 43-inch LG TV.

If the user does not want to avail the promo, there are two more options to buy it. There is a full payment for $672 and monthly payment for $28 per month, reports 9 To 5 Google.

AT&T. This store actually charges higher than most stores. They offer $719 for full payment and $24 a month for 30 months.

They also come with a tempting option of a 2-year agreement, $49 a month and an LG Watch Sport. The pre-order shipping happens on the first week of April.

Sprint. This is the perfect rival of Verizon when it comes to pre-ordering LG G6. Even though, it costs more than T- Mobile and Verizon it still have offers that are hard to resist.

In their store, the LG mobile phone comes with a promo that includes a free Google and 49-inch LG TV. Actually, the promo was extended until May 11 for $708. For monthly payment, Sprint has a $29.50 for 24 months credit system.

Other Stores. Currently, Best Buy is offering pre-orders to LG G6 from carriers that came from Verison, AT&T and Sprint. However, the prices are more expensive than the aforementioned brand.

As for other retailers, T-Mobile, Amazon and B&H Photo will also be selling the phones. Even though, they are not yet open for pre-orders.

LG G6's earliest shipping date came from Verizon that will be open for shipping on March 30. The latest are probably Verizon and Best Buy that will be open for shipping on April 7.

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