Deal: The unlocked LG G6 drops to $499 on eBay, includes 64GB storage and dual-SIM support
LG is the first major handset maker that heavily discounted its most recent flagship smartphone, the G6. Verizon seems to be the carrier that offers the best deal on the LG G6, as the device is now available for purchase for around $288, which will save customers $384.
However, the deal offered through Best Buy is only available with $11.99 monthly payments for 24 months. The good news is an eBay seller now offers the unlocked version of the LG G6 for the lowest price to date, $499.
Most carriers in the United States offer the LG G6 for around $600 outright, which means customers save at least $100 when purchasing the flagship smartphone via eBay.
The only major caveat is that this isn't the U.S. version of the LG G6 but the model that's been launched in Hong Kong, Russia, and Australia. On the flip side, the smartphone comes with dual-SIM support and packs 64GB internal memory (as opposed to U.S. model that includes 32GB storage).
Moreover, you'll won't be able to use this unlocked LG G6 on any CDMA carrier, but the phone is fully compatible with GSM networks in the U.S.