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June 1, 2018

Where to buy the LG G7 ThinQ

by John_A

Your guide for buying the G7 in the U.S. and Canada.

LG’s playing it safe this year with the G7 ThinQ, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad phone. In fact, the G7 is one heck of a smartphone that’s at least worth a look.

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If you live in the United States or Canada and are interested in picking up the G7 ThinQ for yourself, here’s everything you need to know.

United States

AT&T

Although LG devices usually show up on AT&T like clockwork, this year appears to be slightly different.

Instead of carrying the G7, AT&T is instead selling the V35 — a phone that has the design of last year’s V30 and the modern specs of the G7. It’s an interesting mashup, to say the least, and one that’ll cost you a pretty penny at $900.

See at AT&T

Sprint

If Sprint’s your carrier of choice, you’re going to pay more than most to own the G7.

On Sprint, the phone will cost you $33/month for an 18-month lease, and if you decide to keep paying for six more months to actually own the G7, you’ll be looking at a final price of $792 — $42 more than T-Mobile and Verizon.

Sprint is offering a lease one, get another for free deal, but you’re required to either add two new lines or upgrade two existing ones.

See at Sprint

T-Mobile

Jumping over to T-Mobile, the G7 costs $30 down and then $30/month afterward, resulting in a final retail price of $750 ($30 more than the Galaxy S9). To help offset the cost, T-Mobile is running a BOGO promo that allows you to get two G7s for the price of one via monthly bill credits.

See at T-Mobile

U.S. Cellular

The LG G7 is also available at U.S. Cellular. It costs $749.70 if you buy it with a prepaid plan, but if you purchase it on an installment setup, you can save $300 by paying just $14.99/month for 30 months after monthly bill credits.

Should you choose to go the installment route, you’ll pay $0 down and have 0% APR. Not too shabby!

See at U.S. Cellular

Verizon

Last but not least for U.S. carriers, pricing for the G7 at Verizon is similar to that of T-Mobile, including a payment of $31.25/month for 24 months for a final price of $750.

In honor of the G7’s launch, Verizon’s offering an instant $100 off discount just for buying it on an installment plan. Better yet, that deal can be combined with Verizon’s other trade-in promotions.

See at Verizon

B&H

If you prefer buying your phones unlocked, B&H is selling the G7 for $749.99. The phone’s available in Platinum and Black colors, expedited shipping is free, and no tax is collected if you live outside of New York and New Jersey.

See at B&H

Canada

Bell

At Bell, you can purchase the G7 between $199.99 and $399.99 depending on what kind of two-year plan you sign up for. If you prefer to purchase it outright, it’ll set you back $1,049.99.

If there’s a Bell store nearby, you can go there, trade-in an eligible phone, sign up for a two-year Premium Plus plan with data, and get the G7 for as little as $0.

See at Bell

Freedom Mobile

If Freedom Mobile is your Canadian carrier of choice, there are four main ways you can buy the G7:

  • Pay $0 down + $20/month MyTab Boost for 24 months on current $50+ plans (save $480)
  • Pay $250 down + $25/month MyTab Boost for 24 months on current $40+ plans (save $110)
  • Pay $480 down + $20/month MyTab Boost for 24 months on current $30+ plans
  • Pay $960 to buy the G7 outright

See at Freedom Mobile

Rogers

Rogers is also selling the G7 in The Great White North, with pricing working out as follows:

  • $199 on two-year Premium+ Tab
  • $399 on two-year Premium Tab
  • $549 on two-year Smart Tab
  • $699 on two-year Talk & Text Tab
  • $999 with outright with No Tab

See at Rogers

SaskTel

For SaskTel customers, the carrier’s running a promotion through June 30 that lets you get a $200 bonus credit on top of the trade-in value of your existing phone when you upgrade to the G7.

Along with that, pricing works out as follows:

  • Pay $0 down + $20/month with Plus Pricing on a two-year $20/month+ plan
  • Pay $199.99 down + $10/month with Plus Pricing on a two-year $10/month+ plan
  • Pay $399.99 with a two-year voice and data plan
  • Pay $99.99 with a monthly, device only, or prepaid plan

See at SaskTel

Telus

Last but not least, Telus is also selling the LG G7 ThinQ.

You’ll pay between $200 and $400 down depending on which plan you choose, and if you prefer to buy the phone outright, you’ll need to hand over $980.

See at Telus

Updated June, 2018: Now that the G7’s launched, we’ve refreshed this guide to include final pricing at all U.S. and Canadian carriers/retailers.

LG G7

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