LG Octane coming to Verizon tomorrow
Verizon's official price of the LG Octane will be $99.99 after a $50 rebate with a 2-year contract. However, one of our readers sent us the information below, saying that the device is already for sale at the wireless kiosk booths inside of Costco stores for $49.99 with 2-year contract and doesn't require a rebate. He goes on to say that the Octane and enV3 are pretty close in size, but the Octane has more rounded corners, and the slightly protruding front face of the enV3 has been replaced with a more flat front, and a fat-thumb friendly design for the d-pad. He also says that the internal keyboard's buttons are a bit larger and easy to use (see image below).
source: Verizon Wireless
1. fkjhf (unregistered)
How can this squished qwerty phone be a replacement?..ev3 had nicely spaced keys
2. XxVerbalxX (unregistered)
Im more curious on who the hell they think still uses a 2.5mm jack....
3. ajhallx (unregistered)
it looks almost like the first env but smaller i think people might like it
4. Jesse86 (unregistered)
would services like Skype cost data, or since it's a calling service will it use your minutes?
5. Naomi (unregistered)
I'm excited about this phone! I currently have the enV2. I've been due for an upgrade for a year now, but couldn't find anything I like without having to pay for a data plan. Also, it's been impossible to find anything with a Querty keyboard, no data plan, that has video. Was in Costco today and saw the phone. They said it will NOT require a data plan and has video. WAHOO!! I would have picked it up today, but didn't have time. She also told me that Verizon is going to do away with the required data plan policy. Finally! I have been complaining to them about that for nearly a year now. I'm heading back to Costco as soon as I can to pick up this phone. :)
6. KAEA (unregistered)
OMG I love the lg octane!!!!!!!!!