Deal: T-Mobile offers the LG G6 and Google Home bundle for $500

A little more than a month has passed since the LG G6 officially premiered in the US, yet we're already seeing some great deals for the device. 

B&H and AT&T came out with some solid offers for LG's 2017 flagship, and now it looks like T-Mobile is also joining the discount party. A new post on T-Mo's subreddit suggests that starting today, the carrier will offer the G6 at the price of $500 for a limited time

At the time of writing, the end period for this promotion isn't specified, but users who are interested in purchasing the phone from T-Mobile might want to benefit from LG's promo which nets them a Google Home (retails for around $115) completely free of charge. In order to participate, one needs to buy a new G6 on or before May 7th and register at LG's promo site (link can be found below). 

Currently, there aren't any details for potential caveats with this deal, the only catch appears to be that you'll have to get the phone from T-Mobile and use any of the carrier's subscription plans. Still, we can't be certain until the Magenta carrier releases more details about the offer, so stay tuned for information! 

LG G6 Google Home Promotion



3. mozee6

Posts: 2; Member since: Apr 12, 2017

It looks like they have the G6 for the $20/month price on T-Mobile's website, but the offer they are showing is still the "free" LG G Pad X tablet when you purchase a G6. But they do require a data plan for the tablet, and you get the tablet purchase price back as a pre-paid mastercard in 6-8 weeks.

4. gersont1000

Posts: 473; Member since: Mar 13, 2012

The free Google Home is not through T-Mobile. You will have to go to the LG promotions website and submit a copy of your receipt/EIP plan, and LG will mail it to you. The G Pad tablet promotion IS through T-Mobile and is separate from the Google Home promotion.

5. BuffaloSouce unregistered

Usually if a carrier offers a free tablet, you still have to add it to your data plan to get it

2. tokuzumi

Posts: 2023; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

I wonder if you could just order one, without getting service? If so, that would be a great deal.

6. Blazers

Posts: 791; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

There's no contract, so just buy it, unlock it with the t-mobile app, then cancel service.

7. Koozini

Posts: 6; Member since: Apr 24, 2017

You require to have service with the device, and to unlock a device require at least 30 days of service! cheers

1. Acdc1a

Posts: 478; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

The LG flagship price slide has begun!

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