Verizon has just added the LG V 20 and the LG Stylo 2V to its lineup, beating out T-Mobile in terms of pricing. But this is just the tip of the iceberg of surprises the carrier prepared for us. As along with the two LG-made phones Verizon introduced the Google’s Pixel, which makes it the very first carrier to sell this highly-anticipated device. Right now the phone is within your reach at the Big Red’s stores nationwide covered by a special trade-in program.
Verizon expanded its Android smartphone portfolio by three new phones targeting at different customers. The Pixel and the LG V20 are pricy premium offerings, whereas the LG Stylo 2V is a great option for budget-conscious customers looking for a decent phablet experience.
To begin from the Pixel, although there are many pros of buying the device straight from Google, there is one but strong advantage of purchasing the phone from Verizon – the pricing. Even if Verizon financing plans on the phone are identical to those offered by Google, Verizon additionally launched a promo within which you can receive a $300 credit toward Pixel.
Naturally, as often with such deals, the carrier won’t buy any phone you bring to its store. To get the full $300 credit on a new Pixel phone, you need to trade in one of the flagships released in 2015. The list includes among others: iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, LG G4, Galaxy S6 family, Note 5, LG V10 and HTC One M9. Remember that your existing phone have to be in a working condition. What’s more Verizon still offers the Really Blue Pixel, which Google has run out of shortly after its premiere. However, note that its shipping its scheduled on November 18th.
LG V20 and LG Stylo 2V
As for the LG V20, although the phone is already accessible at other carriers, Verizon has undoubtedly the best pricing on it. At AT&T the device costs $830 without a contract, whereas T-Mobile sells the phone for $769. In comparison Verizon offers the V20 for $672 along with a special promo, within which you may cut its price down by up to $300 if you trade in your existing phone. Other than that you may also purchase the phone and get a free premium H3 earphones by B&O Play worth $149, or buy the V20 on a 24-month device payment plan and grab the LG Stylo 2V for only $1 per month.
Speaking of the Stylo 2V, in comparison to the V20, the device is a rather affordable offering. Right now this stylus-enhanced phablet may be yours for just $240 upfront or for $10 per month if you sign up for a Verizon’s 24-month device payment plan. Except for convenient input, the Stylo 2V provides its users with a sharp photos delivered by a 13MP primary camera and long lasting 3,000 mAh battery. Driven by an octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz the phablet runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Both the top-quality LG V20 and the more budget-friendly Stylo 2V are already available online, whereas on October 27th they are expected to hit Verizon’s local stores.