Carrier availability of the LG G6 has been announced today, and Sprint is the latest to join the party. Like most of the others, Sprint will launch the LG G6 on April 7, with pre-orders beginning tomorrow, March 17. Additionally, Sprint is offering a free 49-inch 1080p LG TV to those who pre-order, though there is a caveat. The free TV is only available to those who pre-order the G6 and either upgrade to or activate a new line on an Unlimited Freedom plan. Other plans aren’t eligible for the offer.
Even if you’re not eligible for Sprint’s free TV offer, LG’s offer is still available. Customers who purchase the G6 before April 30 can register online and receive a free Google Home, courtesy of LG.
Sprint is also touting the G6 as the first smartphone its network feature High-Performance User Experience (HPUE) technology. HPUE is a combination of new technology that Sprint is using that allows increased network coverage and speed for devices that support the tech. Sprint has particularly emphasized the fact that HPUE provides better indoor reception than standard network tech.
Pricing for the G6 is set at $708, with customers having the option to pay the device off over 24 monthly installments of $29.50. For more information, follow the source link below.