Buy An LG G6 And Get Free Google Home For A Limited Time Only
The LG G6 that was fetured at the 2017 Mobile World Congress trade show is now being offered with something incredible. Apparently, some carriers will be giving away a free Google Home if customers will buy the said smartphone early.
According to CNET, the LG G6 will be made avaialble through many carriers by April 7, with various pre-order dates kicking off before then. Furthermore, T-Mobile, AT&T and U.S. Cellular will throw in a Google Home which retails for $129 if the customers will buy the smartphone before Apirl 30, while Sprint is extending their offer until May 11. As for the pre-order dates, AT&T and Sprint will begin on Friday, March 17, while U.S. Cellular starts on March 24.
Regarding the prices, T-Mobile is offering the LG G6 for $26 a month for 24 months. Sprint's offer is $29.50 a month for 24 months and is also offering a free 49-inch 1080p HDTV for a limited time only. U.S, Cellular is selling it for 597.60 which can also be cut down to $297.60 if the cutomer signs up for a 30-month installment phone plan.
In AT&T's case, the network is offering the said device for $24 a month with another free LG G6 if you add another line to get the deal which comes in the form of credits over 30 months. Furthermore, they are also offering the LG Watch Sport for $50 if you sign up for a two-year contract.
Specs And Features
The LG G6 features a corning Gorilla Glass 5 back panel and is IP68 certified. It has a 5.7-inch display a screen resolution og 1440 x 2830 pixels and is protected with a corning Gorilla Glass 3. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, packed with a Snapdragon 821 chip and has an internal memory 32/64 GB with 4 GB of Ram which also supports microSD of up to 256 GB. It features a dual 13 MP rear camera, a 5 MP front camera and is powered by a 3300 mAh battery.
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