AT&T and T-Mobile are now the only two carriers in the U.S. to sell the LG G2 smartphone. AT&T made the smartphone available through its online shop last week with store availability commencing today or probably tomorrow, but it’s nice to see T-Mobile joining in on the action too. The prices aren’t the same though, as one would expect.
T-Mobile is charging $99.99 up front with 24 monthly installments of $21 apart from your voice and data plans. Users can also get it for full retail at $603.99. AT&T however is charging the standard $199.99 with a two year contract or $574.99 without contract.
What makes the T-Mobile offering attractive is that the carrier is bundling the LG QuickWindow case along with the smartphone, which costs about $49.99 when bought separately. Other major carriers in the U.S. should launch the smartphone in the coming days.
The LG G2 is one of the few flagship smartphones worthy of our attention right now along with the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3 and the HTC One. The smartphone will gradually make its way to global markets as well with South Korea and the U.S. being among the first to get it.
Update: It seems like Verizon is also selling the smartphone under its radar, which makes it the third of the four major American carriers to sell the smartphone. The carrier is charging $199.99 with a two year contract or $599.99 contract free for the G2. The Sprint variant is still stuck with the October 11 launch date.
Via: Phone Arena