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Best Buy.com offers 32GB LG G6 4G LTE Smartphone (Black or Platinum) on Verizon installment plans for $11.99/mo. for 24 months ($287.76 total). Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks saltflat

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

LG G6 Specs:
  • 5.7" 2880x1440 IPS display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Quad-Core processor
  • 32GB Internal Storage
  • 4GB RAM
  • MicroSD slot (up to 256GB)
  • Dual 13MP rear / 5MP front cameras
  • 3300 mAh battery
  • Android 7.0 (Nougat)
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  • Sales tax on full device price due at checkout today. Savings are deducted off the full total price of the device and are reflected in reduced monthly payments over the life of the device. If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance on device becomes due. Restocking fee & other charges may apply.
  • For a full review of the LG G6, head over to CNET and Engadget ~persian_mafia

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Last Edited by ppnff May 27, 2017 at 05:20 AM
Tax will be charged on the full retail price of the phone ($672) even though only $288 is on the DPP.
This is not a quick flip, you can't pay it off for 2 weeks.

Note that Best Buy's website is known for causing issues with ordering phones and DPP with Verizon. If possible, do this in store instead where you can make sure it is activated and works for you immediately. Even the BB CSRs have said the website isn't good for ordering phones.

before this fallacy gets repeated again.. verizon phones are gsm unlocked for 2g/3g only. all of them lack band 17 which is a primary at&t band for 4g/ lte.

Those customers Upgrading with a 2-Yr contract who have an Unlimited Data package will be enrolled in the Verizon 2GB Data Plan for that line for $30/month. If you complete this transaction, Unlimited Data cannot be returned to your line of service.

For those looking to use as ATT phone, 4G bands are not fully compatible. This Verizon model supports only 3 of 4 LTE bands B30 (2300 WCS). So expect poor reception to 4g signals on ATT.

Link: https://www.frequencycheck.com/ca...ted-states

Looks like compatible with T-Mobile (except one band - UMTS - B4).

https://www.frequencycheck.com/ca...ted-states

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Can we pay entire amount instead of EIP?
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Waiting for sub-$300 deal on the T-Mobile G6...
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Can we pay entire amount instead of EIP?
want to know the same!!
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Can we pay entire amount instead of EIP?
No... they want you to stay with them for 24-months with a voice/data plan...

"$0 down for qualified customers. Tax on full retail price due at time of sale. 0% APR, Full price: $672."
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can I pay off and end contract?
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Can we pay entire amount instead of EIP?
I would like to know this too
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Haven't tried to pay the balance up front at best buy but Verizon hasn't given me any issue with early pay-off.
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No... they want you to stay with them for 24-months with a voice/data plan...

"$0 down for qualified customers. Tax on full retail price due at time of sale. 0% APR, Full price: $672."
Thanks for info. And Credit Check bonus for new customers.
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No... they want you to stay with them for 24-months with a voice/data plan...

"$0 down for qualified customers. Tax on full retail price due at time of sale. 0% APR, Full price: $672."
This is not the Verizon's crappy bill credit. The monthly payment is the price u see. U can pay off early at Verizon if need/want to.
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You can pay it off. It's not a bill credit situation.
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This is not the Verizon's crappy bill credit. The monthly payment is the price u see. U can pay off early at Verizon if need/want to.
Are you sure? if that's the case then why they are charging tax on full price? usually tax is always charged on the financed amount. Need confirmation
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Are you sure? if that's the case then why they are charging tax on full price? usually tax is always charged on the financed amount. Need confirmation
Actually, usually they charge tax on the total original retail.
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