LG V20 now up for pre-order at Sprint and U.S. Cellular

Sprint and U.S. Cellular are among the last major carriers in the United States to open LG V20 pre-orders. The smartphone is now available for pre-order at both operators, but those who want one will have to wait quite a bit for the V20 to arrive.

According to Sprint, the LG V20 is available for purchase for $792 outright, or $349.99 with a two-year contact and after a mail-in rebate. The carrier also offers customers the option to buy the LG V20 by paying installments $33 per month for 24 months. Additionally, customers who trade an eligible smartphone can get it for $24.67 a month for 24 months.

Sprint previously stated that it will start selling the LG V20 through its brick and mortar stores beginning October 28. It's also worth mentioning that customers who pre-order the LG V20 will also receive free Bang & Olufsen earphones, a $149 value.

If you're with U.S. Cellular, the carrier offers its customers the option to purchase the LG V20 for $699.99 outright. However, you can also get the smartphone for various plans: $32.40 a month for 20 months, $27 a month for 24 months, or $21.60 a month for 30 months.

Moreover, the carrier offers a $100 promotional card with each LG V20 pre-order. The only problem is that it's unclear when the LG V20 will actually hit shelves at U.S. Cellular, so there's no telling when you'll get the smartphone if you pre-order one right now. On the positive side, just like Sprint, U.S. Cellular offer a free pair of Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3 headphones worth $149.

T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T have already opened LG V20 pre-orders in the United States, and some customers have been lucky to receive their smartphones ahead of schedule.


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