If you’ve decided to pull the trigger on the LG G7 ThinQ, a few carriers in the US are ready to take your pre-order. The phone launches on June 1st, which is in just a few days, but if you jump on the ship early you’ll be able to catch a few deals depending on your carrier.
Verizon wants $750 for the phone ($31 per month) just like T-Mobile, although T-Mobile wants $30 down to lower the monthly payments to a flat $30. Sprint is a bit higher at $792, which ends up being about $33 per month.
The good news for Sprint and T-Mobile customers is that you’ll be able to snag a second phone for free if you sign up for each carrier’s financing plan. The second device ends up being “free” with bill credits, which makes for a good option if you need two of the same phone and don’t mind sticking it out with that particular carrier for two years. Sprint’s doing a leasing program, so keep that in mind.
Verizon customers, on the other hand, can get up to 50% off on the phone with select phone trade-ins, and Big Red is doing $100 off via bill credits for all online orders.
We’re not sure where AT&T is yet, although there’s a chance they won’t be carrying the G7 ThinQ at all.
The phone is expected to ship by June 1st, so if you want to be the first to get the G7 ThinQ, go ahead and lock in that pre-order.