LG G6 Now Available on Pre-orders from AT&T, Special Offers Announced


The latest flagship smartphone from LG is now available for AT&T subscribers. The LG G6 comes with special offers and the company made the announcement in an official statement today.

The biggest offer of them all is that existing AT&T customers who purchase the phone will get another G6 for free of cost. In order to avail this, you have to get another Next connection over 30 months. The usual terms and conditions will apply to get another phone for free. The bundle also includes Google Home without any charges. It will cost about $129 individually but if you buy the phone before April 30, you can save a lot and get this new voice recognition device that is the step towards building a smart home.

The offers seem to never end as it also includes a LG Watch Sport with a 2-year agreement for just $49.99. For spending an average sum, buyers on the network can get so many value added services.

LG G6 Preorder

“By buying LG G6 which offers Full Vision and highest resolution, buyers can get the latest technology and enjoy great streaming experience with the reliable AT&T video at home service. It also allows them to enjoy all the media content on the go besides being able to experience a premium smartphone experience,” said Jeff Bradley senior vice president at AT&T.

The phone will be available for direct purchase in stores from April 7th onwards. The Next program allows buyers to get the phone at $24 a month for a 30-month contract while the Next Every Year plan costs about $30 a month to own the LG G6 for a 24-month contract.

Apart from the large display with high resolution, the G6 also features a 13-megapixel rear camera and has IP68 rating with maximum resistance against dust and water. It is powered by a 3,300 mAh battery which also has wireless charging support. The phone is equipped with Google Assistant to simplify the search process. A simple question will get you all the answers you need. More info is available at their official blog page.

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