After announcing when it would carry the device earlier this week, Verizon has today officially put the LG V20 up for sale online, and it’s actually a pretty good deal.

So far pricing on the V20 has varied wildly between retailers and carriers, but for the most part, it has landed at around $800, give or take. All things considered, that’s not a terrible price, but if LG wants to take on Samsung’s customers in the fallout of the Galaxy Note 7, undercutting the price can’t hurt. Luckily, Verizon has cut the price of the V20 significantly to just $672.

Why is Verizon’s price $100 less than the competition? Who knows, not that I’m complaining. Considering everything you get on the LG V20, $672 isn’t actually a bad price, especially when you consider Verizon’s extra offers.

Just like T-Mobile, Verizon will be offering a free pair of B&O H3 headphones with the V20, a $149 value which will go great with the built-in 32-bit DAC. That deal will be available to anyone who buys the V20 on a payment plan ($28/month). Customers can also pick up the LG Stylo 2 V for just $1/month if they get a V20. Best of all, Verizon will offer customers up to $300 back on the V20 when trading in select smartphones. If you’re interested, head over to Verizon’s site for more.

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