Sprint and US Cellular finally joins the club, lists the LG V20
While we have already had the LG V20 offered on the likes of Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile in the course of the last couple of days, we now have two of the major US carrier that are coming to the club as part of the last ones but then, this has not reduced the fact that their deals are worth reporting also.
If you have been keeping up with the major carriers in this region, you would know that we are talking about none other than Sprint and US Cellular and if you would like to get them via any of this listed parties, we are here for you.
From the stables of Sprint, you can pick up the device for a straight price of $792 and if you would like to go the way of contracts instead, then be prepared to drop a down payment of $349.99 after which you would be committed to a two year repayment plan by releasing $33 every month.
Going the other way, US Cellular promises you the LG V20 if you can meet their asking price of $699.99 and for the contract buyers, you could either choose form the $32.40 for 20 months, $27 for 24 months or $21.60 for 30 months plans.
Know that the device would be available for sale in stores starting from the 28th of October and for those of you that are getting it on preorder, a special gift of B&O headphones have been included in the package for you.
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