At this point AT&T and T-Mobile have been taking pre-orders for the LG V20 for a few days at least. A couple of days ago we found out that Verizon would put up pre-orders for the same handset starting tomorrow, on October 20. And now the carrier nicknamed Big Red has confirmed the date, and also finally brought us its pricing information for the V20.
It turns out that LG's latest flagship mobile device is going to be a lot cheaper at Verizon than at either AT&T or T-Mobile. You'll be able to pick one up for $0 upfront, then followed by 24 monthly installments of $28. That adds up to a full retail price of just $672, much lower than T-Mobile's $769.99 and AT&T's $830. So if you don't want to deal with any sticker shock regarding the V20, you might as well buy one from Verizon.
The phablet will become available in the carrier's stores on October 27. If you trade in select phones in order to get the V20, you can receive up to $300 off its price. You'll also get the free pair of Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3 headphones that LG is offering in the US. And if you want a just-unveiled LG Stylo 2 V to go with your V20, that device can be yours for just $1 per month for two years (so a total of $24).
The Verizon models are usually cheaper because it's CDMA, check eBay most of them usually are.
This is genuinely the best deal, yeah it will have bloatware, BUT Verizon does not lock any LTE phones to their network. I work for Cricket, and we LOVE it when folks bring a flagship over from Verizon, because it guarantees they are unlocked.
Get the facts right that issue was present only in LG G4 & v10 G5 didn't have it. However its better than Samsung Note 7 explosion.