LG G6 coming to AT&T on April 7 for $720, but you get a second G6 for free

Third out of the gate with an LG G6 announcement is AT&T, which is going about things a bit differently than T-Mobile and Verizon. The company has announced that LG's next flagship will indeed be available April 7 — the same day as T-Mobile, and a week later than Big Red — but it will be sold primarily through its Next or Next Every Year programs.

Customers will be able to buy the phone for 30 instalments of $24 — $720 total — through AT&T Next, or 24 instalments of $30 through AT&T Next Every Year.

There are also a few good deals to go along with the purchase: AT&T is throwing in what amounts to a free G6 after credits when one signs up for a second line on AT&T Next. And along with the free Google Home (which all other carriers are giving away, too), customers can get an LG Watch Sport for $50 on a 2-year plan.

The deals are not exactly groundbreaking, and probably not as competitive as Verizon's, but they're good to have nonetheless.

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Daniel Bader

Daniel Bader was a former Android Central Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor for iMore and Windows Central. 

  • Eh, this one sounds the least appealing, especially once you add in all that at&t bloat.
  • Figured the G6 would be the first of the 'flagship' phones to be a two for one phone, but I figured it would come from T-Mobile sometime this summer followed by the other companies in the Fall. Of course, this deal is just AT&T's way of locking you into their new no contract system for 30 months.
  • 30 installments make for a really expensive phone! #installments
  • Um, 30 x $24=$720...the total price of the phone.
  • Sounds good
  • Buy one get one free .. Already well you can't blame LG for not pulling out all the stops. With these deals there bound to move a few more phones for sure
  • 2 for 1 is not an LG deal. It is an AT&T deal to get a second line activated. Just like the T-MOBILE price is not a price drop but a carrier price.
  • That's a lot of dough for a phone with last year's specs, potential bootloops, loaded with bloatware, along with AT&T's glacial pace of pushing updates. Pass.
  • I'm going to agree with most of this. ATT bloatware is the worst. The bootloop issues well see if that's a thing this time around.
  • Yep, not impressed especially with that price point ouch! I'll hold onto my G4.
  • Done buying devices through carriers. Pay cash, skip carrier bloatware, and avoid getting locked in to payments.
  • Below $700 is the magic price point. Its like they wanted to keep the monthly payment around $30 for 24 months.
  • Disappointed that they are not doing any trade in promos on top of it.
  • This phone is DOA all the used car gimmicks in the world will not help, bring an LG G6 with 64gb , wireless charging and quad DAC all in one phone and then you will sell some.
  • Disappointed that ATT is the highest priced phone compared to Verizon and T-Mobile. Giving away a 2nd LG G6 just benefits ATT since you need to open a new line. Wish the cost was under $700.