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LG V30 is now available in Canada

LG’s V30 premium plus-sized handset is now available in Canada through carriers and a variety of retailers.

The multi-media focused device is available through Rogers (primarily online), Fido Mobile, Telus, Bell, Freedom Mobile and Koodo (online).

As for Canadian retailers, it’s being sold through Best Buy, Wireless Wave and Tbooth Wireless.

The V30 features a 6-inch OLED display with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2880 x 1440 pixel resolution, Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and 3,300mAh battery. It also features a rear-facing 16-megapixel camera with f/1.6 aperture lens.

In Canada, the V30 will only be available in ‘Cloud Silver.’

The device is priced at $1,099 CAD outright.

Carrier and retail pricing and other information is as follows. Note: this story will be updated with individual carrier and retail outlet pricing.

Bell

  • $499 on a two-year term with a minimum of 4GB of data per account, $60 per user a month
  • $299 on a two-year term with a minimum of 4GB of data per account, $70 per user a month
  • $1,099.99 outright

$200 trade-in credit available with activation or upgrade on select two-year plans. Find more details here.

Telus

  • $500 on a Your Choice plan starting at $85 per month
  • $300 on a Premium Plus plan starting at $95 per month
  • $1,030 outright

$200 trade-in credit available to customers who activate or renew an LG V30 on a 2-year Choice plan and trade in an eligible device: iPhone 5s (or newer), LG G4 (or newer), Galaxy S5 (or newer), Note 4 (or newer), HTC M9 (or newer), Nexus 5X (or newer), or Google Pixel.

Find more details here.

Koodo

  • $500 on Tab Large
  • $670 on Tab Medium
  • $1,030 outright

Find more details here.

Rogers

  • $499 on a Premium Tab
  • $299 on a Premium+ Tab
  • $999 outright

Rogers has stated in its community forums that the device will not be in stock at Rogers Branded retail locations, but will be available online, via the phone or through partner retail locations, including Wireless Wave, Tbooth Wireless, Bestbuy and The Source. Interested customers can also reserve the device and have it shipped to a Rogers store.

Find more details here.

Fido

  • $499 on a two-year Large plan
  • $599 on a two-year Medium plan
  • $999 outright

$200 trade-in credit available with select devices. Devices include Apple iPhone 4 (or newer), Samsung GS3 (or newer), BlackBerry Q10/Z10 (or newer), LG G2 (or newer), Nexus 5 (or newer).

Find more details here.

SaskTel

  • $499 on two-year contract
  • $299 on Plus Pricing
  • $1,099.99 outright

Customers will get a minimum $200 credit when they trade in their old wireless device for a new LG V30 on a 2 year voice and data contract. Find more details here.

Freedom Mobile

  • $0 with $35 per month MyTab Boost on $50 or more plans
  • $300 with $25 per month MyTab Boost on $40 or more plans
  • $1,000 outright

Find more details here.

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