Depending on your choice of carrier, you can order the G6 today, or pick up the device in store from the official April 7 launch date. We've got all the pricing and deal information so far below - including which carriers are offering a free Google Home speaker with every purchase before April 30 (hint: they all are).
|AT&T Next Every Year over 24 months||AT&T Next over 30 months||Full retail price
|LG G6||$30.00 per month||$24.00 per month||$719.99|
The LG will be available to customers via AT&T Next, with prices starting at $24 per month, and can be activated on AT&T's $90 Unlimited Data Plus plan. The device will be stocked in Black and Ice Platinum, and pre-orders are live now - but you'll be able to buy in-store from April 7.
If you're buying on the AT&T Next early upgrade plan, you'll also get the option of a second 'free' G6. Your second phone's discount will be applied through a monthly bill credit over 30 months, but you'll need to activate it on an eligible AT&T plan to qualify.
Customers on AT&T Next Every Year will also receive a free LG Watch Sport, valued at $49.99. Finally, AT&T is throwing in a free $129 Google Home with all G6 purchases made before April 30.
Compare AT&T plans below:
|Sprint Easy Pay over 24 months||Two-year contract||Full retail price|
|LG G6||$29.50 per month||$299.99||$708.00|
Sprint opened pre-orders on March 17, and the LG G6 will hit retail stores April 7. The carrier will offer customers buying before April 30 a free Google Home, as well as a free 49-inch LG HDTV while supplies last.
You'll be able to take home the G6 in both Ice Platinum and Black colors, will a full upfront price of $708. Customers preferring to buy on the 24-month installment plan will pay $29.50 monthly, and if you're upgrading from an existing Sprint contract, you'll pay $299.99 (but you'll need to sign up for another two-year plan).
The LG G6 is available on Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan, priced at $50 per month until March 2018.
Compare Sprint plans below:
|On Equipment Installment Plan over 24 months||On T-Mobile JUMP! On Demand over 18 months||Full retail price|
|LG G6||$26.00 down, $26.00 per month||$0 down, $29 per month, final payment $129.00||$650.00|
T-Mobile will open pre-orders for the LG G6 on March 22, with the device available in stores from April 7. T-Mobile is pricing the smartphone at $650 upfront, but customers can also buy on a 24-month plan: you'll pay $26 down, followed by 24 payments of $26 per month. Customers can also lease-to-buy through JUMP! On Demand.
Again, if you buy before April 30, you'll receive a free Google Home courtesy of LG. Although T-Mobile hasn't announced any additional offers, the LG will be available on its new-ish One unlimited data plans, with plan prices starting at $70 per month.
Compare T-Mobile plans below:
|Verizon Payment Plan over 24 months||Full retail price|
|LG G6||$28.00 per month||$672.00|
Verizon customers can pre-order their G6 now, with shipping expected to begin by March 30. Verizon will stock the device in Black and Ice Platinum colors, with a full retail price tag of $672 upfront. But if you prefer to pay off your device over time, the G6 is available on Verizon's two-year device payment deal.
If you pick up the G6 on the 24-month payment option, and activate it on the new $80 Unlimited Data plan, Verizon will throw in a free LG 43-inch Smart TV, valued at $349.99. And that's not all: if you've got an eligible older device to trade, you can claim up to $200 in trade-in credit along with your free TV.
Verizon is also partnering with LG to offer a free Google Home speaker to customers who pick up the G6 before April 30.
Compare Verizon plans below:
|Installment plan over 30 months||Installment plan over 24 months||Installment plan over 20 months||Full retail price (prepaid)|
|LG G6||$19.92 per month||$24.90 per month||$29.88 per month||$549.99 (after rebate)|
U.S. Cellular will be offering the G6 on 20, 24, and 30-month installment plans, or to buy at full price upfront. While the full U.S. Cellular price is $597.60, customers can claim $47 back when activating the device on an eligible Simple Connect plan.
If you're buying on a Total Plan or Shared Connect plan, you may also be eligible to take home the G6 for just $10 per month over 30 months. Qualifying customers will receive a $297.60 U.S. Cellular promotional card, meaning you'll pay just $300 in total for your new L6.
Finally, U.S. Cellular is also offering a free Google Home to early G6 buyers, while supplies last. Pre-orders are live from March 24, with the device available in stores April 7 in both Black and Ice Platinum.
Compare U.S. Cellular plans below: