The LG G6 revealed a few weeks ago at the 2017 Mobile World Congress (MWC) without any details when it would be made available in the United States. Just recently, news on the smartphone being made available via three of the four major US carriers finally came to light.
LG G6 is now available via T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon. Three major US wireless telecoms service providers have finally announced the available of the flagship smartphone through them. Details of the smartphone's pricing as well as availability date have been made known by T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon.
According to the website Android Police, T-Mobile will be offering the G6 at US$26 a month for 24 months with an initial down payment of US$26. This adds up to a total retail price of US$650. Buyers who opt to get the smartphone before April 30 will be able to get a Google Home smart speaker free of Charge. T-Mobile did not mention when the smartphone would be available for pre-ordering.
AT&T has also announced that the G6 will be available to AT&T Next customers for US$24 a month for 30 months. AT&T Next Every Year customers can get the smartphone at US$30 for 24 months. The Google Home smart speaker is also available via a promo similar to T-Mobile's. Opening a new AT&T Next subscription will get customers a free LG G6 on a two-year contract after monthly credits along with an LG Watch Sport for US$49.99. The smartphone is available for pre-order starting March 17.
AndroidCentral has reported that the smartphone will be made open for pre-orders by Verizon starting March 17 just like AT&T and will be available by March 30. It claims that customers who pre-order will be getting a Google Home smart speaker free of charge. Verizon will offer the smartphone at US$28 a month for 24 months.