Not too long ago, it was revealed that Verizon will start taking pre-orders of the LG V20 from October 20th, but the details about the pricing were not available at that time.
Recently, the Big Red carrier revealed the pricing information of the LG V20 which is lower than what the other carriers are asking for the same handset.
The carrier is offering the LG V20 for $0 upfront cost with 24 monthly installments of $28. This sums up to $672 in full retail which is quite lower than what T-Mobile and AT&T is asking for. The Magenta carrier is taking pre-orders for $769.99 while AT&T is asking for $830 for the handset.
Customers interested in the handset will be able to pick them up from the carrier from October 27th. The carrier is also offering a trade-in offer which can get customers up to $300 for their existing device. Additionally, customers will also get Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3 headphones that LG is offering in the US for free.
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Source: GSMArenaFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News