T-Mobile announced that it would start sales activities on the LG V20 at the end of this month and would include the B&O Play earbuds, kit that has avoided US shores for the longest time.

Since this morning, AT&T has followed suit with its own V20 announcement, pushing pre-orders of the first phone with native Android Nougat up to tomorrow, in-store or online.

AT&T Next customers will pay $27.67 every month for 30 months or $34.59 for 24 months on Next Every Year. Payments total to about $830.13, give or take some pennies.

While it doesn’t look like the B&O PLAY BeoPlay H3 earbuds will be in the box at this point, — we’ll update if we hear from AT&T on this — the carrier is willing to credit DirecTV and Uverse TV subscribers up to $695 if they port-in for a Mobility account and buy the V20 on an AT&T Next plan. Customers can also get an LG G Pad X 10.1 for $0.99 on a two-year contract with service in addition that V20.

Now all we have to do is watch Verizon and see if the V20 will have to compete with Big Red’s exclusive Pixel.

Source: AT&T

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