LG Wing pre-orders now available at Verizon


One of the most interesting phones that has come out in a long time, the LG Wing, is finally available through Verizon. With one of the most unique designs on the market, time will tell how durable the phone is. If anything, it will definitely be a head turner.

Pre-orders are currently underway with the launch date of October 15.  The all-important question is how much it will cost. Indeed, Verizon and LG are pricing it at $999. If you go through the carrier’s payment plan, it will cost you $41.66 per month.

Verizon has some pretty sweet offers for the LG Wing which will help interested buyers save money.

  • If you add a line on select Unlimited Plans and you trade in an eligible device you get $750 off
  • Get up to an additional $250 Verizon eGift Card if you port a number to Verizon while buying the LG Wing
  • If you’re an existing customer on an eligible Unlimited Plan you can get up to $500 when you trade in an eligible device.

If you buy the LG Wing, trade in an eligible device, and port a number you can get the Wing free. Unfortunately, I don’t have info as to what exactly the eligible devices are, but I would imagine roughly any flagship from Samsung, Apple, Google, and maybe even LG from the last 1-2 years would qualify.

I may be part of a small minority here, but I’m legit excited for the LG Wing. It is almost a ray of sunshine in a sea of otherwise ‘same’ looking devices. Are you as excited for the Wing as I am?

Let us know in the comments, we’d love to hear what you think about it!

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