Sprint and US Cellular announce LG G6 price and release details

Outright, the G6 will cost $597.60 at US Cellular - that's cheaper than on any other carrier, and you're also getting that free Google Home speaker mentioned above. US carriers AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint begun receiving preorders by throwing various incentives including free gifts like Google Home speaker which normally sells at $129 to buyers of the phone before April 30. Like AT&T, T-Mobile too is giving away a free Google Home along with the purchase of a G6. Verizon will be the first one to ship the LG G6, so if you are excited for this smartphone and want to be one of the first with the new LG flagship, you'll want to pre-order from Verizon.

To get your hands on the LG G6 at Verizon, you'll need $672 to get the 32GB model, but the carrier has a 24-months plan of $28 per month with $0 down payment for qualified customers. Pre-orders begin March 17th, and it will be available online and in stores starting March 30th. Sprint customers can get the Android smartphone for $29.50 a month for 24 months.

Now it's AT&T's turn to announce LG G6 availability. This adds up to a total retail price of US$650. Those buying a G6 before April 30 will be receiving a free Google Home along with their purchase.

Two other notable things about the G6 are the inclusion of Google Assistant, and the fact that the phone is the first device compatible with Sprint's HPUE technology. For a limited time, it is also offering a free 49-inch LG 1080p HDTV, which retails for $350.

US Cellular is going to be selling the G6 to new customers at just $10 every month for 30 months, which means customers will end up paying just $300 for the smartphone. We would like to bring it to your notice that among all the carriers, AT&T does not have a clear price chart - the monthly pricing is either $24/month for over 30 months or $24/month for more than 30 months.

  • Patricia Jimenez