The LG G6 is launching tomorrow: Sprint is offering 50% off

Several weeks back, LG revealed the LG G6 back at an event that turned several heads. A big improvement over the lackluster G5, the G6 features a metal and glass build, as well as some nifty features and specs inside the phone. The release date of April 7 has finally come, meaning that from tomorrow you can get your hands on one nationwide.

There’s some good deals you should’t miss out on, either, with Sprint going as far as halving the cost of the installments:



The LG G6  will be available in all Sprint retail channels, for just $14.75 per month with 24 monthly installments for new lines of service for a limited time – that’s half off the regular price of $29.50 per month. There’s also Unlimited Freedom thrown in, making this a hard offer to pass up.

If you pre-ordered, you’ll get a free 49-inch 1080p LG TV (valued at $349.99), as well as a free Google Home if you sign up through to May 11.

You can read more on the Sprint offer here.



If you use AT&T, it’ll cost $24/month for 30 months for AT&T Next customers, or $30/month over 24 months for AT&T Next Every Year subscribers.

A Google Home will be also thrown in free of charge – but only if you ordered it before April 30, unfortunately.

But this is where AT&T steps up its game: you can get a free LG G6 if you open another AT&T Next line, as well as an LG Watch Sport for $49.99 on a 2-year contract.

Check out the AT&T website for more info.


There’s not much special from T-Mobile’s side: You can get the G6 from $26 down and then $26 for 24 months. Again, you’ll get a free Google Home if you sign up early enough.

Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any unique offerings this time around from the big T, for the time being at least.


Verizon is pricing the G6 at $28 per month for 24 months. It is a bit steep, but it may pay off when you look at the deals. New customers will be able to get a free 43″ LG Smart TV, which is, like Sprint’s offer, valued at $349.99.

Both new and existing customers can also get a $200 trade-in towards the G6 for select phones:

  • iPhones going back to the 6,
  • Samsung Galaxy phones from the Note 4 onward
  • LG phones from the G4 onwards
  • The Moto Z line of phones, and more.

There’s a few more small deals that Verizon has snuck in, you can view them over here.

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