When it launched the LG G6 last month, T-Mobile priced it at $650 full retail, or $26 upfront followed by 24 monthly installments of $26. But that was before Samsung's Galaxy S8 hit the streets. Now that the G6 has a big competitor going after it, the magenta carrier has decided to give LG's offering an even bigger advantage, price-wise.
So at the moment you can purchase a G6 from T-Mobile for only $500 outright, or $20 upfront and $20 monthly for two years if you're into doing the installment thing.
Additionally, if you buy before May 7 you get a free Google Home smart speaker courtesy of LG. Oh, and T-Mobile is throwing in a "free" (after rebates) LG G Pad X 8.0 tablet too. In order to qualify for this offer, you need to grab both the G6 and the tablet on the equipment installment plan, and sign up for a data plan for the G Pad that gives you at least 2GB per month. Then the carrier will mail you a prepaid MasterCard, on which you'll find the full amount you'll end up paying for the tablet.
There's no telling how long the deal for the LG G6 will last, so if this price sounds good to you, act soon.
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What are you going to do with 835 that you can't accomplish on 821? Are you a 8 yr old kid that spends 8h a day playing games on a phone ? Only improvement that may impact you is 5% battery increase. Grow up ppl!
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