The LG G6 was much lauded on its release in April for having the same kind of quality as the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8, but for a more affordable price. And cheap LG G6 deals like the new exclusive we’ve bagged from e2save only go to reinforce that position.
This exclusive deal is on O2 – the network that gives you those renowned Priority rewards – and includes 3GB of data per month together with unlimited texts and calls for a very reasonable £27 per month. It usually costs £100 at the start to buy the handset, but if you enter TRG6 at the checkout you’ll see it reduce down to just £25.
That gives a total cost of only £673 over the course of the two year contract – anything under £700 for the G6 is very rare (well, unless you can manage with a piffling 300MB of data every month). Read more about the deal and where to find it below, and scroll on further for a mini review of the LG G6.
Our exclusive LG G6 deal
LG G6 | O2 |
£100 £25 upfront | 3GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £29pm
Breathtaking deals on the LG G6 had gone a little quiet over the last couple of months – that’s until we bagged this excellent exclusive from e2save. It knocks £75 off the upfront cost. 3GB monthly data will be a good fit for lots of people, as it should be sufficient for plenty of Spotify streaming and Google Mapping away from your Wi-Fi. And O2’s Priority rewards give you cheap lunches, free coffees and first dibs on gig tickets. Total cost over 24 months is £673
Discount code: TRG6
LG G6 review
LG’s worthy contender to the Galaxy S8
Screen size: 5.7-inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2880 | Rear camera: 13MP | Weight: 163g | OS: Android 7 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 32/64/128GB | External storage: microSD up to 256GB | Battery: 3300mAh
Truly premium design
Chipset and camera could be better
Make no mistake, the G6 is a great phone from LG. Its recent successors haven’t really taken the fight to Samsung and Apple, but the LG G6 is a flagship phone to be proud of. The dazzling 1440 x 2880 screen is a particular strength and you immediately feel on first use that your handling an Android device no less premium than the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Read TechRadar’s full LG G6 review