You can now buy the LG G6 in the U.S.
One of our favorite phones of 2017 so far is now available on American shores. The big four U.S. carriers have started selling the LG G6, and all are offering a free Google Home, courtesy of LG, if you order your G6 before April 30.
Buy the LG G6 from Verizon
Verizon is offering the G6 for $28 per month with $0 down, or $672 if you're paying the full retail price, in black and platinum colors.
Buy the LG G6 from AT&T
AT&T has the same two colors available for $24 per month, or $719.99 outright, with pre-orders shipping now. Get your G6 on a two-year AT&T Next deal and the carrier will hook you up with an LG Watch Sport for $49.99. (That's in addition to LG's separate promotion for a free Google Home.)
Buy the LG G6 from Sprint
Over on Sprint, it's $29.50 monthly on a 24-month plan, or $299.99 with a 24-month contract. Full retail price is $708, and Sprint is throwing in a free 49-inch LG TV to sweeten the deal — again, on top of that free Google Home.
Buy the LG G6 from T-Mobile
T-Mo's G6 will set you back $650 outright, or 24 payments of $26 after $26 down, with the same free Google Home promotion if you buy before April 30.
Buy the LG G6 from other retailers
Meanwhile B&H Photo has the U.S. unlocked G6 (LG-US997) listed, but without a price or release date.
Picking up a G6? Hit the comments and let us know!
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