LG certainly had a rough 2016, but it looks like the company is turning things around this year with the launch of the LG G6. With its 18:9 Quad HD display, Snapdragon 821 processor, a new dual camera setup and Google Assistant on board, this is certainly turning out to be one of the hottest phones of the year.
If you’ve already decided that the LG G6 for you, we’ve got some good news – the G6 is now available at all four major carriers in the United States! That means you can finally buy the device at Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, or AT&T. Plus, there’s a sweet Google Home promotion going on right now, which you can read more about in the U.S. section below.
Planning on buying one? There are a few things you should know first. For starters, the G6 that’s being sold in the U.S. and Canada is the only one that supports wireless charging, while the model with the Hi-Fi Quad DAC is only being sold in Korea and certain parts of Asia.
On a more positive note, the LG G6 costs about $100 cheaper than its rivals, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. The G6 is currently being offered for about $650 or $700 in the U.S., while the S8 and S8 Plus are going for $750 and $850, respectively.
Below you’ll find all the details on LG G6 U.S. availability, as well as European, Canadian, and Australian pricing and availability. While not all carriers and retailers have announced the nitty gritty details yet, we’ll be sure to update this post as we learn more.
LG G6 U.S. availability
If you’re interested in the LG G6 and happen to live in the U.S., you can now buy the device from AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and US Cellular. Feel free to head to the links attached below to buy the device from your carrier of choice. Also, if you happen to order the G6 from any of those carriers before Sunday, April 30, you’ll receive a free Google Home with your purchase! To claim your free speaker, head on over to this link.
You can now buy the LG G6 from Verizon. The G6 will cost $28 per month for 24 months, or $672 outright.
If you’re not keen on spending almost $700 on a new smartphone, there are a few promotions going on that may help soften the blow. For starters, you’ll be able to get a free 43-inch LG Smart TV ($350 value) when activating the G6 on a new line with device payment on Verizon Unlimited.
In addition, you can get up to $200 towards your purchase when trading in select devices and activating a G6 on a device payment plan with a new line or upgrade on Verizon Unlimited. Eligible trade-in devices include the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, SE, HTC 10, LG G4, G5, V10, V20, Moto Z, Moto Z Force, Moto Z Play, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note 5, S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, S7 and S7 Edge.
The LG G6 is now available on AT&T’s Next program for $24 a month for 30 months, or on an AT&T Next Every Year plan at $30 a month for $24 months.
As mentioned above, you’ll receive a free Google Home when you buy from AT&T before April 30.
The LG G6 is now officially available from T-Mobile. You can pick up the new device for $650 off contract, or for $26 down and $26 per month over a 24-month period. Of course, as stated above, you’ll also receive a free Google Home if you place your order before Sunday, April 30.
The LG G6 is now available from Sprint in Ice Platinum and Black color options. You can buy the device for $29.50 per month with 24 monthly installments.
One thing to note: Sprint’s Google Home promotion lasts longer than others. You’ll get a free Google Home if you buy the device through May 11, while the other carriers’ cutoff date is April 30.
Sprint notes that this is the carrier’s first HPUE-enabled (High Performance User Equipment). Customers who use an HPUE-enabled phone will get increased coverage, faster network speeds and more. For more details on HPUE and all of these G6 promotions, head to this link.
The LG G6 is now available for purchase from U.S. Cellular in Platinum and Black color options. You can buy the device for $549.99 on a prepaid plan, or for $10 per month for 30 months.
If you’re not keen on buying the LG G6 directly from a carrier for whatever reason, you can buy the G6 from Best Buy and activate it on your carrier of choice.
In addition, the G6 is available for pre-order from B&H, though no availability details have been revealed yet. Amazon is also slated to sell the G6, but we have yet to hear any more details as of yet.
LG G6 Europe availability
Vodafone has announced its plans to carry the LG G6, though specific pricing and availability details have yet to be announced.
LG G6 Canada availability
The G6 is now available from Canada’s Videotron for $199.95 on a two-year contract with monthly payments of $79.95 for 24 months. You can also buy the G6 outright for $949.95.
Bell is selling the LG G6 for $999.99 outright, or for $199.99 and $75 per month for 24 months (requires at least 5 GB of data).
Rogers is selling the LG G6 for $199 on a two-year contract, or for $900 off-contract.
The G6 is available at TELUS for $200 and $90 per month on a two-year agreement, or for $400 and $80 per month on a two-year agreement. Alternatively, you can buy the device off-contract for $900.
SaskTel is selling the G6 for $899.99 off-contract, or for $199.99 and $10 per month on a two-year agreement.
The G6 is available from Fido for $900 off-contract (or prepaid), or for $399 with a two-year agreement on a Plus25 plan.
Freedom Mobile has the G6 on sale for $839 outright. Plans start at $0 down and $35 per month with MyTab Boost.
LG G6 Australia availability
The LG G6 is now available at Australia’s Telstra for $82 per month for 24 months.
LG G6 won’t head to China due to fierce competition
Well, that’s it for now. Did we miss anything? If so, please speak up in the comment section! Oh, and if you’d like to learn more about the LG G6, be sure to check out our additional coverage below: