It’s almost showtime for LG and the V30. LG’s second 2017 flagship is finally being released in the United States. The major U.S. carriers are sharing when you’ll be able to buy the LG V30 online and in stores, and the wait’s end is approaching fast. Next week is when select carriers will begin selling the LG V30.
If you’re part of the Un-carrier movement, you can pre-order the phone starting at 8:00AM ET on Thursday, October 5. The V30 at T-Mobile will then be released online and in stores on Friday, October 13. Aside from offering LG’s latest and greatest, the magenta-loving carrier says the V30 is compatible with the 600MHz network that’s been rolling out in rural America over the last couple months.
Pricing through T-Mobile is set at $30/mo for 24 months with $80 down. Customers willing to throw down big bucks are able to buy the V30 at T-Mobile for $800 without the need for any payment plan.
AT&T is getting the V30 a bit earlier than T-Mobile. The carrier will start selling the phone online on October 5, which is next Thursday. LG’s V30 then arrives in AT&T stores on Friday, October 6. On AT&T Next, the V30 is priced at $27/mo for 30 months. And, if you buy a V30, you’ll be able to get one free when adding a line and DirecTV service.
Verizon has yet to confirm the LG V30’s availability, but we’ll update this when information is provided.
Sprint has yet to confirm the LG V30’s availability, but we’ll update this when information is provided.