Deal: Unlocked LG V20 now comes with a free 200 GB memory card

LG Mobile USA is currently offering a gift to customers who are buying its V20 smartphone unlocked: a free SanDisk 200 GB microSD card, normally priced at $249. The phone itself is sold for $799.99.

This deal is available only from LG's official US website (see the first source link below), and seems to include only the titan version of the V20 - if you're selecting the silver model, the free microSD card does not show up next to it. This is a limited time offer that's available "while supplies last."

To be fair, the unlocked LG V20 came with freebies since the first day of release in the US. Retailers Newegg and B&H are still offering freebies with the purchase of an unlocked V20, including LG G Pad tablets, headphones, and power banks. You can check out their deals at the second and third source links below.

Are you tempted to buy an LG V20, now that 2017 is near and we're about to see newer high-end smartphones hitting the market?

sources: LG, Newegg, B&H

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1. Mxyzptlk unregistered

I give LG a lot of flack, but I do like the V line of phones. Besides the bootloop issue, I wouldn't mind the V20. I wish it was universally unlocked though.

3. phldlphn unregistered

I've seen you say "universally unlocked" a few times on different articles. Most phones these days are unlocked, they just aren't built with support for all CDMA and GSM bands. I think the iPhone is still the only phone that is essentially compatible on any network worldwide. There are a few bands missing from certain models, but even my Verizon iPhone 6S Plus will work fully on networks like T-Mobile. So it's either that it isn't cost effective, or manufacturers don't care to make models that are fully compatible with both CDMA and GSM. Then again, I believe Verizon within the next ten years will move away from CDMA as LTE replaces it for voice.

5. JC557

Posts: 1925; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

Same with my Moto Z Force and the Nexus 6p/ 5X are just as universal as the iPhone.

2. jeroome86

Posts: 2314; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

Are the boot loop problems on the V20 wide spread like the G4?

4. fyah_king unregistered

No problem with my v20.

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