T-Mobile will officially charge just $650 for LG G6, AT&T offers BOGO deal off the bat

Forget bleak rumors, speculation and assumptions of extravagant LG G6 pricing. At least stateside, the impressive 5.7-inch high-end Android smartphone with 80 percent screen-to-body ratio doesn’t appear to cost an arm and a leg.

Quite the opposite, as Verizon is expected to charge $672 all in all, free Google Home and 43-inch LG Smart TV included for new Unlimited Plan subscribers. Before Big Red can corroborate that, as well as an early pre-order start tomorrow, AT&T and T-Mobile have just come clean with their own introductory promotions and tags.

Technically, the LG G6 is slightly more expensive at Ma Bell, going for $24 a month on the carrier’s Next program or $30 with Next Every Year. You’re on the hook for either 30 or 24 monthly payments respectively, both bills amounting to $720 at the end of your commitment.

But here’s where things get interesting, nay, incredibly sweet. For a limited time, AT&T will throw in a free second G6 (after credits) when you add another line, plus a $129-worth Google Home by April 30, and an LG Watch Sport at a special $50 on-contract price, down from its $250 MSRP.

That’s right, a BOGO deal, a gratis Google Assistant-powered smart speaker/home automation hub, and a deeply discounted Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch with NFC, GPS and LTE.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile’s $650 LG G6 price might be lower, but it merely includes one phone and a complimentary Google Home. You pay $26 down, and $26 a month for a couple of years, with “UnCarrier” sales underway April 7. That’s also when AT&T plans to bring the G6 to its retail stores, though on and offline pre-orders officially begin tomorrow, March 17. Your move now, Sprint!

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Adrian has had an insatiable passion for writing since he was in school and found himself writing philosophical essays about the meaning of life and the differences between light and dark beer. Later, he realized this was pretty much his only marketable skill, so he first created a personal blog (in Romanian) and then discovered his true calling, which is writing about all things tech (in English).