Sprint started accepting pre-orders for the LG G6 on March 17, but the smartphone is only hitting shelves tomorrow, April 7. The good news is that, for a limited time, Sprint will be selling the handset for half the price to “well-qualified customers with 24-month installment billing and eligible upgrade on qualified rate plan, or new line on Unlimited Freedom.” More exactly, instead of paying $29.50 per month over 24 months, you’ll have the chance to pay $14.75 per month – this means that the G6 will cost you just $354.
The free Google Home speaker (which everyone else is offering) is still included with Sprint’s LG G6, if you purchase the phone before May. However, that free 49-inch LG 1080p HDTV (normally priced at $349.99) offered to folks who’ve pre-ordered the handset is no longer available. Even so, at just $354, Sprint’s G6 is a very attractive handset.
The LG G6 is the first HPUE-enabled smartphone to be launched by Sprint, so it should benefit from extended coverage and faster data transfer speeds. The device will be available via all Sprint channels, including online, in two color variants: black and ice platinum.
Sprint did not say when the 50% off G6 promotion would end, so you may want to hurry up if you plan to take advantage of the deal. More information can be found at the source link below, or in Sprint stores nationwide. Meanwhile, if you want to take a closer look at the new smartphone, make sure to check out our LG G6 initial review.