LG's V30 finally makes its way to US carriers

The LG V30 was first announced in late August at IFA Berlin. It would take a full month before the firm would reveal pricing and availability, and now, finally, after months of waiting, the handset can now be purchased through AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

On Verizon, the handset will have a retail price of $840, while AT&T and T-Mobile will have it at a slightly lower price point of $809.99 and $800 respectively. Each wireless carrier will offer its own unique financing options, so you will want to check with the preferred carrier of your choice to see what options are available.

As far as promotions go, LG is offering a free Google Daydream View VR headset with purchase. This should be the latest model that Google just announced at its own event yesterday. The new headset has some improvements from last year's model that includes better fitment thanks to the additional head strap and should also have better optics thanks to new lenses.

Again, the LG V30 is now available to order from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. Sprint is noticeably absent from the lineup, but they should also offer the V30 at some point with their exclusive variant, the V30+.

Source: LG

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