Consumers in the U.S. are receiving Google Home speakers when they preorder the LG G6. Reuters/Eric Gaillard

U.S. consumers who plan to buy the all-new LG G6 will now have no reason to think twice about making the purchase. LG is offering a special preorder gift to those who will preorder its newest flagship phone, and it’s none other than the Google Home smart speaker.

Just this Wednesday, TechnoBuffalo exclusively received word form the South Korea tech company that as part of its promotions for the G6, anyone who will preorder the device will also get a Google Home. That means U.S. consumers can bring home two premium devices with built-in Google Assistant.

The offer, called the LG G6 Google Home National Promotion, is already live. For interested buyers, all they need to do is visit www.lgg6launchpromo.com to purchase the G5 successor from the said page. The device will not be arriving in the U.S. until April 30, 2017, so users are advised to preorder it before the launch date to secure a Google Home speaker.

Once one has preordered the device, all he or she needs to do is to wait for the LG G6 to arrive possibly on April 30 or a later date. Then, the next thing to do is to simply redeem the Google Home preorder gift on May 15, 2017 by visiting the aforesaid promo page. This is a good way to own Google’s smart speaker that normally costs $129.

All major U.S. carriers are expected to open preorders for the LG G6 soon. The device is expected to cost around $700 to $800 off contract, as per Phone Arena. The smartphone that debuted at MWC in late February runs Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box and comes with Google Assistant preinstalled. It is a flagship handset that boasts of a 5.7-inch FullVision display with an 18:9 aspect ratio.

For more details about the LG G6, read our review here.