Sprint LG V20 pre-orders begin, US Cellular too
T-Mobile LG V20 pre-orders have opened now and AT&T and Verizon V20 orders are already in full swing, but Sprint and US Cellular customers have had to wait. There’s a time for everything, though, and the latest on the V20 shows that Sprint LG V20 pre-orders and US Cellular LG V20 pre-orders are now open for America’s fourth and fifth most popular carriers.
Sprint LG V20 pre-orders can be undertaken with customers who don’t mind shelling out $792 off-contract or $349.99 with a two-year agreement and mail-in rebate. A Sprint installment plan will come to $33 a month for 24 months or $24.67 a month with a trade-eligible smartphone that you must bring the carrier. The V20’s arrival at Sprint will be available for purchase in retail stores on October 28th, this coming Friday.
As for US Cellular LG V20 pre-orders, the device can be had for $699.99 off-contract, $32.40 a month for 20 months, $27 a month for 24 months, and $21.60 a month for 30 months. Those who take advantage of US Cellular LG V20 pre-orders will get a $100 gift card as a “thank you” for pre-ordering.
Sprint LG V20 pre-orders differ in price from those of US Cellular and other carriers, and Verizon still has the lowest price for the LG V20 we’ve seen yet with an asking price of $672 for LG’s latest high-end handset. Big Red is even throwing in the LG Stylo 2 V, a stylus handset, for just $1 a month for 24 months. To pay $24 instead of $240 for the Stylo 2 V and get it and the V20? That’s a steal no matter your preference for or against LG smartphones.
The Sprint LG V20 pre-orders are in demand for one of the hottest smartphones on the market right now, with a 5.5-inch, Quad HD display, the best hi-fi audio you’ll ever hear from a smartphone (yes, better than even the HTC 10), along with Android 7.0 Nougat pre-installed, dual back cameras, the same tried-and-true removable battery, microSD card slot, 64GB of internal storage, and so on. The V20 doesn’t have water resistance however (you can always pick up the new LG V34 if you want a water-resistant handset), but LG sacrificed the water resistance of the V10 in order to provide award-winning audio (Samsung’s Galaxy S7 speakers don’t sound as good because Samsung wanted to add water resistance).
Readership, what do you think of the Sprint LG V20 pre-orders so far? Have you placed yours? What do you love about the V20 that made you order it?