T-Mobile’s customers just got a really nice surprise. The carrier has launched the LG G2 a few days ahead of the scheduled date. The phone also landed today on AT&T and Verizon Wireless. The last of the big four US carriers to release LG’s latest handset will be Sprint. For this happy day, the Now Network’s customers will have to wait until October 11th, which is still a month away so for the time being let’s focus on the carriers already selling the phone.
LG G2 prices on contract and without plan
Pricing depends on which carrier and purchase method you choose. AT&T is offering the LG G2 for $199.99 with a new two-year contract. Regular price with month to month service stands at $574.99. If you prefer something in the middle, the carrier will also let you grab the phone with one-year contract. In this case the device will cost $449.99. The LG G2 is also available with AT&T’s Next service where is sells for $27 per month for 20 months.
Verizon’s customers can purchase the handset for $199.99 with a new two-year contract. If you are no fan of long-term agreements you can pay full price at check out and walk away with the phone with no further obligation. However, Big Red priced the LG G2 a bit higher than AT&T, that is at $599.99. You can also opt for Verizon Edge service and pay the phone off with 24 monthly installments of $25.
Finally, last but not least, T-Mobile is offering the LG G2 for $99.99 up front plus $21 per month for the next 24 months. Full retail price on the Magenta network is set at $603.99.