LG V10 Coming to T-Mobile and AT&T This Week!

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This morning both AT&T and T-Mobile announced that the LG V10 will be available in their online shop starting this week. The V10 will be available on AT&T’s website starting Tuesday October 27, while T-Mobile will open up sales on Wednesday October 28. T-Mobile also mentioned that the phone will be available for purchase in stores nationwide starting Friday October 30. If you haven’t heard much about the V10 yet, check out Max’s unboxing of the Korean version:

Perhaps even more exciting is the pricing. Initially LG mentioned that the V10 would be more expensive than the G4, but it appears that will not be the case at T-Mobile. T-Mobile will have the LG V10 available for $599.99 without a contract, or for $25 a month for 24 months. That is a pretty impressive deal in my opinion.

At AT&T the LG V10 starts at $249.99 with a new two-year contract. AT&T Next payment plans are also available for the phone, which will include Next 24 (30 months) for $23.34 a month, Next 18 (24 months) for $29.17 a month, or Next 12 (20 months) for $35 a month. The pricing from AT&T comes out to $700 full retail, which is a bit more in line with what I expected for pricing. On the plus side, AT&T is throwing in a free 200 GB microSD card if you preorder the phone soon. The phone will be available in Space Black or Opal Blue. AT&T will begin selling the phone in retail stores on November 6.

I’m damn excited for this phone, so I plan to pick one up as soon as possible. I’ll probably order through T-Mobile to get the cheaper price as I have too many micro SD cards already! Let us know in the comments if you’re interested in giving the V10 a go, and look out for an unboxing video on my Youtube channel later this week!

Source: TmobileAT&T


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Jeff Springer

"I am currently a researcher and Adjunct Professor at Arizona State University and Grand Canyon University. I fell in love with Android with the Nexus One release and realized that it was superior to iOS in all the ways I care about. I still use a Mac (and an iPhone for the camera), but my Apple tech products pale in comparison to my number of Android devices (watches, tablets, and phones). When I’m not rooting/modding one of my many Android phones or doing math/programming, you can find me taking in Phoenix Suns/Arizona Diamondbacks games in downtown Phoenix, and drinking good beer!"