The LG V20 is coming to carriers in the U.S. — here are all the details.
After seeing the V10 come to AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile in the U.S. last year, LG has worked with more carriers this time around with the V20. At the same time, it added B&H and Best Buy to the list of retailers that will be selling the phone as well. Together with the design and features of the V20 that are more widely appealing, it's important that the phone is also more widely available.
You can keep it locked here to see the latest information on where you'll be able to buy the LG V20 in the U.S.
AT&T is offering the V20, just as it did with its predecessor. The price comes out to a full $830, but of course you can break that down over a longer period, depending on how you want to finance it — the lowest monthly cost is $27.67 on a 30 month payment plan. AT&T has both the light silver and darker titan color options available.
T-Mobile is offering up the LG V20 at $769 full-price, or if you wish to finance it you can pay $49 up front and an additional $30 per month for two years. The carrier is also throwing in a pair of B&O H3 earbuds with early orders. Your only color choice is the darker titan color.
Sprint is offering the LG V20 with the same B&O H3 headphone promotion, and its price lands between AT&T and T-Mobile at $792 without any sort of commitment. You also have the choice of financing with $0 down and $33 per month, or $349 on a two-year contract. Sprint currently only has the dark titan color available.
Verizon absolutely has the best deal on the V20 with a full retail price of just $672, or $0 down and $28 per month for two years. You'll have access to the same B&O H3 headphone deal as the other carriers, which is running until November 20. There's also a choice here of either V20 color.
The V20 isn't just coming to the "big four" carriers in the U.S. — you'll also be able to get it at U.S. Cellular. Pricing is set to $699 if you pay in full, which breaks down to $21.60 per month for 30 months, $27 per month for 24 months, or $32.40 per month for 20 months. Only the titan color is available, but you still get your free B&O H3 headphones with it.
Best Buy will sell you the LG V20 on Verizon, Sprint or AT&T, in the titan grey color only and with pricing that matches what you'd pay directly from the carriers. Perhaps a good choice if you have a gift card for Best Buy, though, and the retailer often has other purchasing incentives if you keep your eyes peeled.
Right now, B&H has an unlocked North American model of the V20 listed in both colors for $799, but of course not in stock just yet — availability is set for November. B&H has a great deal for those who want to order, though: not only do you get the B&O H3 headphones, but also a free LG G Pad 7.0.
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