LG V30 prices slashed to cheapest yet: see the best deals at less than £30 per month

LG V30 front and back: see the best deals and prices here

Be left in no doubt - the LG V30 is a very impressive mobile phone. In our V30 review, we used compliments like 'gorgeous', 'high-powered' and 'one of 2017’s best smartphones' to describe the 6-inch mobile before slapping a 4.5 out of 5 rating on it.

And although the price was on the hefty side when it was released in September last year, in less than six months it has now become a cut price alternative to the likes of the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy Note 8. That's thanks to a bunch of LG V30 deals that have just become available from Carphone Warehouse-owned online retailer Mobiles.co.uk.

(Update: Remarkably, you could get the LG V30 for prices as low as £22.99 per month very briefly earlier this week. Unfortunately, that tariff has now been withdrawn by Mobiles.co.uk. But there are still massive discounts to be had, including a 16GB Vodafone deal coming in under £30 per month.)

"Mobiles.co.uk prides on supplying the best value phones," a spokesperson told us. "This time, we decided to showcase the LG V30 in all it’s glory with a price tag making it affordable for the majority of tech fanatics."

LG V30 price drop in full:

LG V30 on O2 | 99p upfront | 3GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £27 per month This 3GB O2 tariff is cheaper than a Poundland purchase upfront, and then the monthly payments are still a reasonable £27. Excellent value on such a desirable phone. Total cost over 24 months is £648.99

Get this LG V30 deal on O2

LG V30 on Vodafone | £80 upfront (with 10OFF code) | 16GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £29 per month You'll want to crank up the data if you're in the habit of streaming Spotify and videos away from Wi-Fi. Somehow Mobiles can offer it for just £29 per month. Use our 10OFF code for an extra tenner off. Total cost over 24 months is £776

Check out this Vodafone LG V30 deal

Adam Marshall

Adam was formerly the Content Director of Subscriptions and Services at Future, meaning that he oversaw many of the articles TechRadar produces about antivirus software, VPN, TV streaming, broadband and mobile phone contracts - from buying guides and deals news, to industry interest pieces and reviews. Adam has now dusted off his keyboard to write articles for the likes of TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide.