Sprint joins list of US carriers to offer the LG V20 for sale
Less than 48 hours ago, both AT&T and T-Mobile made the announcement that they would be offering the LG V20 for sale as at the time of launch and while the latter just gave us information as to the availability of the device, the former did well to include a pricing sheet in their own announcement.
The recent member to join this esteemed club of carriers that would offer the new flagship from LG and also, the first smartphone in the world to run the Nougat 7.0, is Sprint. This leaves only Verizon out as the only “Big 4” member without any info as to the LG flagship.
Following in the footsteps of T-Mobile, Sprint also did not tell us what they would be taking for this device and the only information that we have to go on now is that from AT&T which has already prepared our minds for the $830 price tag slapped on it.
At this rate, there shouldn’t be much difference in the price at which it would be offered from other carriers, if any at all.
As with T-Mobile also, Sprint has confirmed that they would be stocked up with the handset from the 21st of October but would not be available for sale till the 28th of October.
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