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Unlocked LG G6 Launches In The US; T-Mobile Ends "Buy One Get One Free" Promotion

LG's latest flagship smartphone was available in the United States for a couple of months now, but only from carriers. The company has now announced that unlocked models are finally available in the country and can be ordered for $599 from retailers like B&H and Amazon, while the company itself is taking pre-orders on its own website.

Another thing to note is that the recently launched T-Mobile promotion where you buy one and get one free is no longer available for the LG G6. Initially, you had to pay for both devices but LG would cover the cost of the second device. The carrier has now announced that the promotion has been pulled by LG and can no longer be honored.

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