There are tons of people out there who are looking forward to the LG G6, but not getting to know the details such as the pricing and release date can be very frustrating. Interestingly, we have got to know the details that have been revealed in a new leaked image.
Verizon is ready to begin accepting pre-orders for the LG G6 on March 17th. Though it is not known when the phone will really start shipping, the paper does show the price of the device and the promotions LG/Verizon will be offer for early buyers.
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The good news is that pricing for the LG G6 on Verizon will be quite fair. The phone will cost $672 at retail or $28/month for 24 months. In addition, the promo sheet displays a price point of $249 with a 2-year contract. That price lines up with that of the LG V20 with the same retail price. But that leads us to believe that the cost for the LG G6 will vary from carrier to carrier.
In addition, the promo sheet displays that Verizon will be offering up the same free Google Home offer with the G6, as LG explained. However, the carrier will be adding some other incentives. For new users that would sign up for Verizon Unlimited, the Google Home, a $200 device trade-in, and a free 43-inch LG TV are available. People who would upgrade to the G6 on Unlimited, the Google Home and $200 trade-in are both options are there. Those who adopt early the Google Home is there. No matter which one you qualify for, these are great deals.
The LG G6 is rumored to hit the shelves in April (US). So we may learn more regarding unlocked and carrier pricing soon.