Earlier in June, we learned that Project Fi was going to carry three new phones, one of which was a device previously thought to be AT&T-exclusive, the LG V35 ThinQ. After much waiting, preorders are now open.
You can now preorder the LG V35 ThinQ on Project Fi. Google's MVNO carrier is selling the phone outright for $899.99. Unlike AT&T (the only other US carrier to sell this phone), Project Fi is sticking to a 24-month installment plan, which costs $37.46 a month.
Project Fi will let you trade in a select number of phones for a credit of up to $435. Unique to Project Fi is a $100 service credit with all preorders. And like with other LG flagship phones, the V35 ThinQ is covered by the Second Year Promise, which provides two full years of warranty. Additionally, the LG G7 ThinQ is also up for preorder for $749 or $31.21 a month.
Are you excited about the LG V35 ThinQ? Will you preorder? Let us know in the comments below.
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