updated 12:54 pm EDT, Fri September 6, 2013
Flagship LG smartphone reaching retail stores later this month
Just like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 earlier today, release dates and pricing for the LG G2 have been revealed for three US carriers. AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile have all advised when and how much it will be offering the LG flagship, with US consumers able to get their hands on the smartphone from mid September onwards.
AT&T is listing the G2 on its website as available to buy now, though the stores will not get stock until September 13th. Off-contract, the G2 costs $575, shrinking to $200 on a two-year contract, and $27 per month on AT&T Next.
T-Mobile customers will have to wait until September 18th to get the G2 through the website and the 25th for retail, but will be able to get away with paying $100 up-front and 24 monthly payments of $21, or at a full retail price of $600.
Verizon will start selling the G2 in-store on the 12th of this month, the earliest of the three carriers. At a cost of $200 up-front on a two-year contract, Verizon also benefits from being the only carrier to have built-in wireless charging support in the G2, though the charging pad costs $40 extra.