When and where to buy: LG V20

Announced at an event in San Francisco, the LG V20 is the second in LG’s V series of phones. Running Android 7 Nougat, the first non-Nexus phone to do so, the V20 offers up two front-facing displays.

Specifications for the phone indicate the V20 is built to go toe-to-toe with pretty much any other flagship. Indeed, the device includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB RAM and a 16-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel camera combo. It’s decked in all the bells and whistles that make a phone solid today; LG appears to be very serious about the V line of handsets.

Below, you can find out when and where you can buy the LG V20.

Where to Buy


With a full retail price of $672, the LG V20 can be had in Titan and Silver options. The cost, for qualified buyers, can be split up into 24 payments of $28.00 each.


Ma Bell carries the LG V20 in two colors: Titan and Silver. Pricing for the 64GB model runs a hefty $829 but qualified buyers can spread the cost out. Doing so over 30 months breaks out to $27.67 per month


The full retail price of the LG V20 is $770 at T-Mobile; Customers can spread the cost out over 24 months at a rate of $30 each month with a $50 payment due up front.


Available in Titan, the LG V20 carries an all-in $792 price tag at Sprint. Customers can sign a two-year service agreement and score one for $350 after mail-in rebate. Those who opt for equipment installation can have the phone for $33 per month over two years.


A factory unlocked version of the LG V20 runs $800 through Amazon. The Titan Grey model is compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, and select MNOS in the US and around the globe.

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Priced $800, the carrier-unlocked phone is compatible for both GSM and CDMA carriers. Customers can choose from Titan or Silver color options.

Best Buy

Customers can purchase the LG V20 for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint with prices that range from $672 to $830. Depending on carrier and credit qualification, the phone can be spread out over 24-30 month periods.


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