T-Mobile was the first of the big four United States carriers to let us know about its pricing and availability details for LG's recently unveiled G7 ThinQ.
For most big phone launches, pricing is agreed well in advance and the total device price is consistent across all networks, with only the monthly payment amounts and trade-in deals varying between networks. Today Verizon and Sprint have published the same information.
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The G7 ThinQ (pronounced "thin-kew"), officially introduced earlier this month, is waterproof and sports an AI camera created to give your photos an extra boost before you snap them.
The network is trying to sweeten the pot with a buy-one-get-one, which offers you a second LG G7 ThinQ lease for free. Pre-orders will go live on Friday, May 25, with sales officially kicking off on Friday, June 1. T-Mobile, meanwhile, is asking for $30 down and $30 per month spread across two years. Verizon isn't asking for money up front, but it's charging a slightly higher $31.25 per month over those same two years.