T-Mobile LG G6 pre-sale begins March 22

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LG G6 pre-orders are now underway at AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon, but we’ve yet to hear a peep about G6 pre-sales from T-Mobile. That’s changing today.

The official @TMobile account on Twitter today said that pre-sales for the LG G6 will begin on March 22. I reached out to T-Mobile myself to confirm the date and was told that LG G6 pre-sale does indeed start on March 22.

When it comes to pricing, T-Mobile will ask $26 down and $26 per month for 24 months for the LG G6. If you’d prefer to get the G6 on JOD, you can expect to pay $0 down and $29 per month with a final payment of $128.

The LG G6 will officially launch on April 7. Customers that buy the G6 before April 30 will get a free Google Home courtesy of LG.

Thanks, N.M.!

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  • mroliverkc

    The other carriers are giving sweet TV deals and the Google home. Nothing from TMO besides the home?

    • Andrew Singleton

      Tmo priced it lower, so you aren’t forced to pay for a “free” tv you don’t want.

      • mroliverkc

        I would pay the extra $85 for the $350 tv

        • HeatFan786

          Might have to shave some $ off the value of the TV if you plan on flipping it because there could be a flood of LG TVs on eBay soon.

        • marque2

          Do they have boot loop problems?

        • HeatFan786

          Don’t know. Too early to tell.

        • Tyler Durden

          yeah but it’s 1080p so it’s only worth $85

        • Andrew Singleton

          Ok

        • Andrew Singleton

          Ok

      • It’s $650 vs $672. Who wouldn’t pay $22 more for a free TV?

        • Drew

          It’s a BS offer (color me not surprised). Too many stipulations. Has to be a new line, must be on device payment plan and have unlimited data to claim the TV. If it’s free, Verizon will always make it difficult…

    • Corey Jalette

      They are doing the free TV for new customers only. Its a bribe lol

    • Tale 85

      We might be getting a Crock Pot, the “Slow Cooker Sunday” Edition.

  • CousinSkeeta

    Wonder if tmobile getting the white one in the pic

    • Andrew Singleton

      No white for the USA.

  • Dark Ages

    Any trade in value for G4?

  • Corey Jalette

    LG V20 is on sale again with tmobile, $480 ($20 per month x 24 months)

    • phillyundead

      It’s because it has a bootloop and sales problem. We literally never sell LG phones in my T-Mobile store.

      • jun19inf

        Can’t speak for everyone but I’ve had my V20 since it was first introduced and I have had not one issue with it. Like you, I have had the last 5 LG phones and again not one issue with them. You are trying really hard to give a good phone a bad rap. Is the bootloop issue happening? Yes since there is a huge lawsuit underway against LG. However, I don’t think it’s as widespread as you or anyone else makes it out to be.

        Many companies have had issues with their phones two of the biggest ones Apple with the famous “Bend gate” with their iphone 6 models and Samsung with the exploding Note 7 and even some Galaxy edge 7s. I would love to see some data on the number of actual phones affected by the famous “bootloop” issue.

        • phillyundead

          They won’t release the specific numbers of the issue because it’s a high number. I work at a cell phone sales department. I can see how many sell and come back. The v20 is plagued just as much as the previous LG flagships suffering. LG hasn’t done anything to fix it and now they’re being sued. One model having. Flaw is one thing, but 5 straight flagship models in a row? TonS of g3’s have the issues. Tons of g4/v10 had them. Tons of LG nexus 5x had them. Slightly less g5’s and v20’s have the issue but that’s simply because less people are buying LG because of their carelessness with this bootloop issue. LG simply makes bad phones.

  • Mike

    This phone is just plain ugly IMO. The V20 is more stylish then the G6. I’ll be waiting on the S8 to drop so I can have a phone worth getting rid of my Note 5 for.

  • Bryck

    I’m going to buy the black G6

    • marque2

      Pardon me, it’s African American :P

  • phillyundead

    The bootloop saga will continue. Had a v20 bootloop and will never try them again.

    • Drew

      So, if you had the Note 7 and your phone caught fire, would you get a Samsung again?

      • phillyundead

        Here’s the difference funny guy. Samsung had one single model have a severe issue. LG has had at least 5 Flagship phones plagued with the bootlooping issue. I had a bootlooping v20 and decided no more gambling on LG and their consistent design flaws and poor hardware.

        • Drew

          That’s fantastic, answer the question… I’ve had the N4/G3/G5 with no bootloop issues. Are you telling me you owned all of the last 5 LG devices? Hardly not, now answer the question.

        • phillyundead

          Well, as I did answer the question, I guss I will again. One model of Samsung having an issue didn’t deter me from considering them again. 5+ LG phone shaving the same issue is obscene and ridiculous. I have owned the g2, g3, Two v10S and v20. One of the v10 got stuck in an endless bootloop as well as the v20 that did the same thing. Stop denying proven facts. Tens of thousands of LG users have been stuck with bricked phones because of LG and their awful designs/hardware.

        • Drew

          I’m not denying facts. This bootloop issue was not widespread. If you did own these devices as you said, I now understand and do not blame you. If you had only owned the V20 and said yes you WOULD get a Samsung again, I would’ve called you a hypocrite.

        • phillyundead

          Also, I’m a Jump On Demand user with T-Mobile so I do get to buy phones whenever I feel the need to. I’ve owned 5 LG flagship phones in the last 5 years and only have the s7edge, note7, note 4 edge, note 4 and Note 3. That’s the same amount of LG phones I’ve owned. I gave LG a fair chance.

        • marque2

          G3 is the only one on your list that didn’t have issues. Personally, I have had LG Nexus 4, 5, 5x and the 5x had the problem (among others, gps wigs out on V10 and 5x as well) seems to have something to do with certain apps overheating the phone and causing some kind of delamination of the circuit boards. Lower end LGs don’t heat up as much and therefore no problem.

      • phillyundead

        Not to mention, Samsung did a global recall, losing billions, and repeatedly publicly apologized and is consistenly trying to make up for it while LG denies it, blames the user and still sells their broken phones.

      • marque2

        Unfortunately it is a pretty common problem with almost all top tier LG phones. V10, G5, G4, and Nexus 5x have a large proportion of phones, with the problem. I just got my Nexus 5x replaced twice, first for bootloop and then the return one they sent me bootlooped, google sent me a new one after that. On the plus side Google did this for me even though the phone was a few months out of warrantee. So that was nice – but because I needed a phone while waiting, I purchased a Galaxy S7 in the midst of all that.

        If this were a problem with just one phone, I would forgive them, but it seems systemic and they haven’t solved the problem over several generations. LG low end phones are pretty good – got an LG Arista for the kids $120 (now only 96) and wonder why I get the really expensive phones.

        • phillyundead

          It’s crazy isn’t it? The $800 phones have this issue but the cheap LG phones have no problems. It baffles me.

        • marque2

          I think it has to do with temperature. The low end phone doesn’t heat up nearly as much, and doesn’t seem to use as much battery for apps. As an example while playing Pokemon Go, both My Nexus 5x and Samsung Galaxy 7 lose charge over time, even with a portable charger. Same charger, on the Arista, and the portable charger actually charges up the phone to full while playing the game, and there seems to be no difference in performance. Why? I don’t know.

          Granted with the cheap phone, you don’t get a fingerprint reader, and the haptic feedback is poorer, but other than that – why did I buy that Samsung again? (Note, I like the LG phones better than Samsung – power button on back is great, and the fingerprint reader actually works on the LG’s, my next phone will probably be a LG G8, if the sequence holds out)

        • phillyundead

          Could be true. Still crazy. You print reader doesn’t work on your s7? I’ve never had issues with it. I guess to each his own. The rear buttons are the number 2 reason I won’t buy LG again. The rear print reader on the s8 is likely gonna prevent me from getting it.

  • argenys

    Even though I have 2 JOD until Nov and the Google home extra is enticing, I don’t see a reason to commit to the G6 until seeding what’s in store with the S8 on March 29th.