Buy A LG G6, Get A Free TV

Now here's a pretty damn tempting deal: when you pre-order an LG G6 through Telstra, you'll also be signing up for a free 43-inch 1080p LED TV worth $1099.

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The LG G6 will only be sold exclusively through Telstra in Australia — if you want it on a plan, at least. Starting from tomorrow, you'll be able to pre-order the G6 at Telstra until its launch on the 28th of March. If you buy one between the 22nd and the 9th of May, though, LG will give you a free 43-inch LH600T Full HD LED TV worth $1099.

For a phone that's worth $1000 itself, that's a pretty compelling offer.

All the details are here on Telstra's website and also here on LG's website. [Telstra / LG]

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    "free 43-inch 1080p LED TV worth $1099"

    Considering the 4k version is only $850 I highly doubt this TV is "worth" $1099!!

    Probably more like $500, you'll end up paying more than that in Telstra Tax for a 24 month contract!

    Still, better than nothing!

      I was thinking the same thing. I can't imagine a 1080p 43" TV is worth over a grand these days. Found it listed at the good guys but they're out of stock and not listing a price :( RT edwards lists it at $849, Myer for $749. So it's already $350 lower than the ad.

      That said, it's not a terrible deal, make a nice TV for the spare room or something. If it was 4k it'd be fabulous deal.

        These sorts of things tend to base their value claim on RRP, and to be fair most offers like this are pretty consistent with that. But I was going to say the same as you about what a basic search brings up. In short, RRP is rarely what its actually worth at retail, especially for offers like this.

        Its simply getting rid of dead stock, nothing more, and for that, its not a terrible offer.

    Can't believe they sold out to Telstra. How does one think they will make more sales by being exclusive?

      Worked out for Google going exclusive

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