If you’re interested in getting yourself a new smartphone for nothing, Verizon seems to have a perfect offer for you. The biggest of the US carriers is now selling out few pretty decent phones completely for nothing, and what’s even more interesting we’re not speaking of outdated handset that no one is interested in any more, but killer flagships launched in 2013. The Verizon’s latest free offer include Apple iPhone 5C, Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG G2.
With the exception of Nokia, which is famous for its colorful phones, most manufacturers make their phones in black and white color options. On rare occasions another hue is added here and there which is always nice to see, especially in a premium smartphone like the LG G2. The phone soon will be available in two new limited edition colors – red and gold. In Korea both versions will be priced the same as black and white, that is $496 and $562 for the 16 GB and 32 GB models, respectively. Customers in Singapore will be able to grab the red or gold G2 starting January 18th for about $701 from Starhub, SingTel and M1.
AT&T thought that mid-January is a great time to start offering a deal on three of the best Android smartphones currently available on the market, the Moto X, LG G2 and HTC One. The promotion will let you have either of the phones for free, which, given the phones’ regular prices, means $99.99 in savings. Of course, it does not mean that you can walk into AT&T store, ask for the smartphone and just walk out enjoying your new phone. There are a few details you should know before you decide that the deal is perfect for you.
If you have been eyeing the LG G2, now would be a good time to make the move, especially if you have nothing against having Verizon Wireless as your service provider. Thanks to Cyber Monday sale, the latest LG flagship smartphone with Big Red branding can be yours for free if you decide to pick white color. This is the best deal on the LG G2 that we have seen so far. For comparison, Verizon is now selling the black handset for $99.99.
Sprint’s selection of smartphones grew in size today, as the carrier added the LG G2, the Nexus 5, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and the Galaxy Mega 6.3 to its portfolio. All four phones are available for purchase at attractive prices thanks to rebates offered by Sprint. You can grab each of the devices from Sprint’s online store with free shipping. Be sure to check your local retail stores too, as the handsets are due to arrive to select locations any day now.
The LG G2 looks stylish, doesn’t it? And just think about what the phone can offer you with its awesome edge specs and features. You want one real bad, we know you do, but the price would be too much strain for your budget right now. There is no reason to give up on your dream, since now you can have the AT&T version of the LG G2 for just $99.99. This is how much, or rather how little, Amazon is currently asking for the phone.
Yesterday we reported that Best Buy started offering the Moto X at a new, lower price. Now Verizon Wireless customers have one more retailer to choose from if they want to grab the Moto X for half of its original price. Amazon has cut the price down by 50% and is currently selling the phone for just $99.99. In other words, you will be left with $100 more in your wallet that if you bought the phone directly from the carrier. Of course, Big Red will want you to sign a 2-year pact. Both, new and existing Verizon customers can take advantage of the deal.
Now this is a good way to celebrate the beginning of October. T-Mobile has renounced the down payment and is now offering a number of its best phones for zero up front. If you are considering to get yourself a new device from T-Mobile, now would be a good time to make the decision. And we suggest that you do not ponder over the issue for too long as it is not a permanent deal. It is a limited time offer, however, T-Mobile does not specify when exactly the promotion expires.
AT&T just got itself the LG G2 in a brand new hue. In addition to the black model, the carrier is now also offering the phone wearing a stylish white suit. Just like the black version, the white LG G2 is priced at $199.99. Naturally, AT&T wants to make sure you will remain its client for the next two years, so you will have to sign a service agreement. If you do not mind the LG G2 sporting a black body, you can save yourself $50 and grab the device from Amazon for just $149.99. The handset is locked for AT&T and requires a two-year contract, obviously. Another good news is that the deal is good for both new and existing AT&T customers eligible for upgrade.
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 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.
We have waited a long time. We have heard countless rumors and speculations. But no more guessing games. Right on schedule, LG lifted the veils off of the much anticipated LG G2 today at the event in New York City. LG President and CEO Dr. Jong-seok Park officially introduced the company’s flagship smartphone for 2013 calling it “most ambitious phone ever”. The device for sure does have a lot to offer. Earlier rumors attributed impressive specs to the G2 so you will be happy to know that most of the speculations turned out to be true.
Press images of the upcoming LG G2 have already leaked out just hours ahead of the smartphone’s official announcement. Thanks to the notorious tipster @evleaks, we can now see how the handset looks like on the front and the back.
Based on the leak we can notice the volume rocker that is located right under the rear camera. Beyond that the images do not bring much new about the next LG’s flagship phone.
The formal unveiling of the LG G2 is scheduled at 11 am EST in New York so stay tuned for more details.
According to Korean tipsters the LG G2 is about to arrive soon to one of the US carrier. The carrier in talks is Verizon Wireless. The report quotes an unnamed LG executive who claims the LG‘s newest flagship smartphone will arrive in the US on Verizon network. Right after official release on August 7th, the phone is scheduled to hit the shelves of Korea first in the same month. To be more exact speculations point to the 20th. Shortly after its landing, North America will be next receive the device in September, if things go as scheduled. Moreover another release will happen in Europe soon after, and by October. As we can see the LG G2 phone is hoped to be available all around the globe.
If there ever were any doubts about the name of LG’s next flagship smartphone, the company has just clarified them with an official statement. According to the press release, LG will launch the phone simply as G2, dropping the “Optimus” part. The LG G2 will be the first member of the company’s new family of premium devices, all of which will carry the G name from now on. That will certainly make life easier for LG customers.