U.S. Cellular Now Taking LG V20 Pre-Orders

While Verizon Wireless has already started selling the LG V20, other wireless carriers in the US are still in the process of making available LG's latest flagship. One of them is U.S. Cellular which has just announced that it will start retailing the LG V20 next Friday, October 28. If you happen to be a U.S. Cellular subscriber who also wants to make absolutely sure that their LG V20 is waiting for them come next week, you can now also place a pre-order with them.

The fifth largest carrier in the country is currently offering several alternatives of paying for LG's new smartphone. You can buy the LG V20 outright for a price of $699.99 or opt for a 20-month installment plan which will set you back $32.40 per month. If both of these are too expensive for your liking, there's also a 24-month plan which costs $27 per month, and a 30-month plan with monthly payments of $21.60. If you have no other use for your old smartphone, the wireless carrier is also offering a $100 gift card to anyone who trades in their previous smartphone while buying the LG V20. Regardless of whether you do that or not, purchasing the LG V20 through U.S. Cellular will also net you a complimentary pair of B&O Play H3 headphones. This certainly isn't an insignificant gift given how these headphones are currently retailing for approximately $149.99.

Last but not least, U.S. Cellular is offering additional discounts to its existing customers. Clicking on the source link below will land you on an LG V20 pre-order page which promises a "mystery offer" to all of the company's existing customers. As no specifics have been given, it's to be presumed that your discount will depend on the amount of time you've spent as a U.S. Cellular customer as well as your current and previous subscriptions. Not surprisingly, the company is currently marketing the device rather heavily and is even offering an interactive digital demo of the LG V20 on its website. Regardless of whether you'd consider giving U.S. Cellular a chance, LG's latest flagship certainly deserves one from anyone who's on the lookout for a premium Android flagship.

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