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T-Mobile Opens LG V20 Pre-Orders Today With Minimum $200 Credit on Trades, Free $150 Headphones and Tablet

T-Mobile opened up pre-orders for the LG  V20 this morning. The phone still won’t arrive until October 28, but you can get in now and lock up at least $350 in goodies if you trade in “any working 4G smartphone.” According to T-Mobile, any working 4G phone of yours is worth at least $200. That […] T-Mobile Opens LG V20 Pre-Orders Today With Minimum $200 Credit on Trades, Free $150 Headpho
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