LG's offers some big discounts on the G6 and V20 from US carriers

LG is going to announce its next flagship phone, the V30, at IFA on August 31. That means that it's time to start offering deals on its previous handsets, the V20 and the G6.

Starting with the V20, you can grab one of those from T-Mobile for just $20 per month, with $0 down. It's a 24-month plan, which means that the device is yours for $480. We reviewed the LG V20 after it came out last year, and thought it was wonderful, with a camera that's great in low-light, and excellent performance.

The G6 is being offered at a discount from most major US carriers, for around $20 per month, where it's normally between $28 and $30 per month. T-Mobile has it priced at $20 per month with $20 down, making the full price $500, but Verizon and Sprint (normally $708) are offering the same deal without a down payment, making it $480. AT&T has the phone for $19.50 per month, although that's a 30-month plan, making the handset more expensive. Make sure to check out our review before you buy.

That's not the end to the deals though, as if you cash in on one of T-Mobile's offers, the Un-carrier will give you a G6 or V20 for free if you start up a new line.

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