LG G6 Pre-Order Deals With Free TVs, Google Home

REUTERS/Eric GaillardA man shows a new LG G6 device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27, 2017.

Since people can now pre-order the LG G6, the biggest U.S. carriers – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular – have announced various deals and freebies when purchasing the upcoming smartphone.

LG launches the offer (through participating U.S. carriers) for LG G6 buyers to get a free Google Home smart assistant ($129) for purchases made until April 30. Eligible buyers will have to visit the www.lgg6launchpromo.com where they will be asked to enter their contact information and the details about their purchase and the particular LG G6 unit they own. Online registration for the promo should be done not later than May 15. However, the offer stands "while supplies last."


People can get the LG G6 from Verizon for a $672 retail price. The Big Red is also offering the option of a $28 per month installment pricing. Verizon alone has three LG G6 offers to choose from.

Those who will avail the installment scheme are entitled to get a $200 credit and trade-in their current device. The $200 credit is to be deducted from the bill in the next 24 months while the eligible smartphones for trade-in are Apple iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPhone SE; Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note 5, S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S7, S7 edge; Motorola Moto Z, Z Force, Z Play; LG G4, G5, V10, V20; and HTC 10.

LG G6 buyers through Verizon can also get either a free Google Home or an LG 43" Smart TV. Details on how to avail these offers are stated on the LG G6 product page at Verizon's official website, just click on the "See offer details" link.

Verizon promises to start shipping LG G6 units by March 30.


On AT&T, customers can also opt to get the LG G6 for a full retail price of $719.99 or on a $24 per month installment pricing. Meanwhile, customers who will bundle their LG G6 with the AT&T Next and AT&T Next Every Year scheme can get an LG Watch Sport smartwatch for only $49.99 under a two-year agreement. Those who will buy LG G6 from AT&T can also get a free Google Home.

According to AT&T's website, they will ship pre-ordered LG G6 units will from April 4 to April 6.


Unlike Verizon and AT&T, T-Mobile did not announce anything about pre-order options for LG G6. What they did confirm was that the talked about device is going to be available in their stores starting April 7. They will offer a full retail price of $650 or a $26 per month installment price for 24 months.

Other than the free Google Home, T-Mobile did not announce other enticing offers related to buying the LG G6.


The LG G6 is going to be the first device offered by Sprint that comes with the High Performance User Equipment that promises wider coverage and faster connection speeds. The promised better network service might be the reason for the slightly higher offer from Sprint. The LG G6 will be available on Sprint for $29.50 per month for a 24-month installment agreement which totals to $708.

On the other hand, pre-ordering the LG G6 from Sprint will get customers a free 49" LG HDTV plus the chance to also get a free Google Home.

The LG G6 will be available at Sprint stores on April 7.

U.S. Cellular

For those who will pre-order the LG G6 through U.S. Cellular, they are offering the device for a full retail price of $549.99 under a prepaid network or for only $19.92 per month deal for 30 months of installment pricing.

Purchasing the LG G6 via U.S. Cellular will also provide a ticket to get a free Google Home. However, unlike the other bigger companies, U.S. Cellular will start accepting pre-orders on March 24.