The LG G6 hasn’t been out long, but LG has already partnered up with T-Mobile to offer a BOGO deal on its latest flagship.

UPDATE: Whereas the original T-Mobile deal for the LG G6 is no longer being honored by the carrier, we’ve got great news. Instead of dealing with the service provider, you can still get a free G6 with the purchase of another, but you’ll go through LG. Check it out!

If you purchase two new LG G6 phones in a single transaction, you qualify for a $500 rebate (e-Check via email). The phones are valued at $500 each so it’s essentially like getting one of them at no cost.

Simply head to and fill out the details and you’re on your way to a refund. The promotion is already underway and runs through June 8, 2017. You must redeem before July 8 to qualify.

The Buy One, Get One Free promo is available between May 10 and June 8. So how do you get started? Grab two LG G6 units from one of T-Mobile’s authorized, participating locations in the US. Yes, you’ll have to pay for both, before submitting your rebate request to T-Mobile before July 8.

For easier processing, buyers can send the required documents including a completed request form, IMEI of both devices, a copy of purchase receipt and original IMEI label from the device’s packaging, online. Requests can also be mailed-in.

After documents get verified, the carrier will send LG G6 customers a $500 electronic rebate check by email. Note that it might take up to 6 weeks before the delivery happens.

While you can expect to pay $650 for a LG G6 in the US, T-Mobile is offering the handset for $500 – which explains why the carrier is sending rebate checks of $500 and not $650.

The LG G6 has been hailed as being a massive step forwards from the LG G5, but if you’re still uncertain whether two LG G6s would make your life better, we invite you to read our thoughts on the flagship.

[Update]: T-Mobile has issued an internal document addressed to store reps in which it states that the deal “has been pulled and cannot be honored.” There’s no reason given, but luckily T-Mobile’s alternate Galaxy S8 BOGO deal is here to save the day.

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