+ Tuesday November 19th, 2019


Launched last Friday, the LG V30+ is the flagship LG phone we’ve all been waiting for, and it looks like an even better deal with a bonus pair of Beoplay H3 earphones up for grabs when you purchase the phone from JB Hifi.

The deal runs from now until the 24th of December with the earphones available via a redemption offer through the LG website, the only catch is that you have to put your claim in within 10 days of purchase. It’s simple to claim, just purchase the V30+ from a participating JB Hifi during the promotion and then supply a copy of the receipt and photograph of your phones IMEI through the LG website.

The LG V30+ comes with a high quality Quad Digital to Analogue Converter (DAC), which has been tuned by Bang and Olufsen (B&O) with their audio profiles available to use when you plug in headphones. The sound is definitely noticeably improved by the QuadDAC on the V30+, and the B&O Beoplay H3 Earphones are very high quality, so this is a great bonus offer.

We’ve only received our review unit of the V30+ in the last few days, so stay tuned for a full review coming in the next week or 2.

If you want to know more about the bonus Beoplay H3 earphone offer you can check out the LG Website which has full terms and conditions available.

Source: LG.

Daniel Tyson  

Daniel Tyson

Daniel is a former editor of Ausdroid, and left in February 2019.

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I just made the change to a V30 after having an S5 for 3.5 years On the first day of having my V30 a deep scratch/ gouge appeared in the display. The phone was in a case and I don’t know how it happened. I never even got to leave the house with it! the s5 was kept in the same type of case and the display is still immaculate after all this time. No idea what was different with the V30. Anyway the V30 was great for those first few hours. the performance was great, the battery barely drained… Read more »

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