The LG V20 was starting to seem like an after thought kind of device, but then the Note 7 debacle happened and it seemed once again like LG was poised for victory with the release of this power user device. Then when AT&T and T-Mobile went live with pre-orders and people saw the price tag many folks had sticker shock even though $800 is about what you would expect to pay for a phablet device. Verizon will be offering the LG V20 at a very reasonable price point at launch. Starting tomorrow you can buy the LG V20 on the Verizon network for $672 retail or a $28 per month payment plan. The V20 has all kind of features that make it very much worth this price point. It has a premium all metal build. It is one of the last major flagships to have a user replaceable battery. The dual lens camera takes some of the highest quality images around. This phone provides possibly the best sound experience with the loudest speaker of devices I have tried and also a premium quad dac for improved sound performance with high and even cheap headphones. Heck the phone even has an IR blaster! The phone will be available in store on October 27th. Verizon is also offering some compelling promotions to go along with this great price point. They will give you $300 back when you trade in select smartphones. You get a free pair of B&O Play headphones worth $149 when you buy the device on payment plan. If you but the V20 on a payment plan you can pick up an LG Stylo 2 V for $1 per month on a 24 month payment plan. As you can see this is one of the better smartphone deals around. Hopefully the other carriers will quickly follow Verizon's lead. If they do I see this as being a major win for LG in the last quarter of the year!