Verizon and Sprint publish availability details for the LG G7 ThinQ

Verizon and Sprint publish availability details for the LG G7 ThinQ

You can preorder the LG G7 ThinQ from United States carriers beginning this week. Today Verizon and Sprint have published the same information. Given Sprint's status as the underdog among carriers, this is probably a bad idea. Pick up the first G7 ThinQ on a lease and get the second one's monthly payments covered with a $33 monthly bill credit. If you choose none of these options, you'll keep paying to lease the phone indefinitely.

Again, be on the lookout for our LG G7 review coming soon. Verizon isn't asking for money up front, but it's charging a slightly higher $31.25 per month over those same two years. You're looking at spending $750 if you can't stand installment plans. The promotion is available for new and upgrade-eligible customers, but you need to get two lines of service if you're new; if you're already a customer you can get two upgrades or one upgrade and one new line. Pre-orders will go live on Friday, May 25, with sales officially kicking off on Friday, June 1.

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