The LG G6 was launched earlier this year at MWC 2017, and while we know that the phone will eventually find its way stateside, the question is, when? The good news is that it seems that it might not be much longer, thanks to a leaked document obtained by Android Central in which it allegedly revealed that pre-orders for the LG G6 at Verizon will begin on the 17th of March.

According to the leaked promotional materials, it seems that Verizon/LG will be offering up some pretty sweet deals for their customers. Basically all customers who purchase the LG G6 will be given a free Google Home device. This has been previously confirmed, although this offer is only valid until the 30th of April.

For existing customers looking to upgrade, they can also expect to get up to $200 in trade-in value for select devices, which means that you can save yourself some money in the process. As for new customers or those looking to get a new line, you can expect all of those perks mentioned above as well as a 43-inch LG Smart TV that’s worth over $300.

Note that this is what Verizon is offering at the moment and we’re not sure if other carriers plan on matching them, or if their pre-order dates are still the same. Unfortunately what was not mentioned was when the handset would be released, although last we heard it was rumored for the 7th of April.

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