LG G2 has just arrived in the US and the first stop is AT&T. The phone is priced at $199.99, just like most high-end smartphones these days. Obviously, a two-year service agreement is required if you want to take advantage of the subsidized price. Off contract, the phone is naturally more expensive and will set you back $574.99. At the moment the LG G2 can be purchased online only. You will be able to grab the handset from stores beginning September 13th. The phone is also available with AT&T Next for $27 per month.
LG G2 for T-Mobile and Verizon
The LG G2 soon will carried also by T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. The Magenta network is now taking pre-orders for the phone. The handset “will be available for well-qualified customers for $99.99 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $21 with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan.” Full retail price is higher than AT&T’s and requires $603.99 of your cash. The device is expected to land on T-Mobile on September 18th.
Last but not least is Verizon Wireless with G2’s release date scheduled for September 12th. The phone will go on sale simultaneously online and in stores and will cost $199.99 with a new two-year contract, as expected. The carrier opened a sign-up page where you can leave your e-mail address in order to receive the latest news about the LG G2.