LG G2 release dates and pricing for T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon

LG G2 release dates and pricing for T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon
The LG G2 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year. With a spec sheet that rivals any other top-shelf phone, the LG G2 also features some clever design work by the Korean OEM. With the power button and volume rocker on the back of the phone, the device has a unique look including a clean top without any buttons. All four major U.S. carriers will be offering the phone, and now we have release dates and pricing for the LG G2 on three of them.

Let's start with T-Mobile. Some insiders are reporting that the LG G2 will be available at T-Mobile stores starting September 9th, although the advertising campaign for the model isn't scheduled to start until September 25th. Keeping in mind that the above date is merely speculation, the nation's fourth largest carrier is now accepting pre-orders for the beast in black and white for $99 down and $21 a month for 24 months ($603). The white model can be bought online only. Forgetting a moment about the insiders and their September 9th date, other sources are pointing to September 18th as the release date for the LG G2 on T-Mobile.

Let's move on to the nation's largest carrier, Verizon. Big Red will sell you the LG G2 starting September 12th for $199.99. Of course, you will need to sign a new two-year contract. If you have an aversion to signing contracts, you will need to fork over six C notes for the device, and we're not talking about music.

And just as we were putting our fingers to QWERTY, slaving over a hot laptop to bring you this information, the owl from AT&T dropped off a very important parchment that contained that operator's information about the LG G2. Starting September 13th, AT&T will offer the LG G2 for $199.99 with a signed two-year pact. Those using AT&T Next can buy the phone for $27 a month. The exciting news here is that online sales of the unit begin tomorrow, September 6th, from the carrier's website (www.att.com/g2).

source: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon via AndroidCentral

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1. imkyle

Posts: 1115; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

This is a really nice phone. I think it would be wise to wait and see what the Nexus 5 will bring.

2. Danishs

Posts: 147; Member since: May 23, 2013

One of the rare instances Verizon releases a phone before att.

5. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

Truly one of the rare instances. Perhaps the only instance to date? On other news, I am thinking the G2 is the sleeper Android phone of the fall.

3. spectre1006

Posts: 54; Member since: Apr 27, 2011

torn between this and the note 3... the note 3 does have more ram and a removable battery but hmmmm

6. 1113douglas

Posts: 200; Member since: Jul 04, 2013

Get the note 3 its much better. Search it on YouTube

8. papss unregistered

Agreed but what is the point

7. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

But so far, I haven't seen where the Note 3 has OIS for the camera. Nothing like jaggy videos or blurry cam stills. Maybe the blurry cam gives a sense of motion to the pic? It is a shame that Sammy decided to pass on OIS for the Note 3.

9. papss unregistered

I did not know that.. That really is a deal breaker for me.

11. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

Me too. There is some sort of digital stabilization, but if that means you have to hold the phone still until the GPS sensor senses no movement, that is a total FAIL.

14. spectre1006

Posts: 54; Member since: Apr 27, 2011

dont they have smart stabilization or something like that?

17. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

That is the digital stabilization I was referring to in my earlier post. What digital stabilization is, IDK.

4. papss unregistered

At that full price its pretty attractive. Sony would be smart to price theirs this price or risk losing potential customers. I'm very fond of the UI on both

10. Joshing4fun

Posts: 1245; Member since: Aug 13, 2010

This is just like every smartphone from LG. It comes with a nice screen and the newest processor but is always forgotten 3 months later.

12. ProblemSolver15

Posts: 372; Member since: Jun 14, 2010

Question is, will LG keep on par with updates like other manufacturers? That is the 'tell all, be all.'

13. GENE_F3

Posts: 2; Member since: Sep 05, 2013

Any word on the release date for Sprint?

15. zachattack

Posts: 621; Member since: Jul 31, 2013

Saying the note 3 is better than the G2 is pure ignorance. While its total opinion, it's also so obvious. Go ahead bash the rear button placement and look stupid doing so. Go ahead and bash the UI when it's a cleaner version of touch wiz. This phone has amazing features. The most useful I've seen on a phone. It packs everything a true premium flagship should. Samsung is a great company and the Note 3 in my opinion was a much needed refresh. That said, it's a refresh. G2 brings the first true premium phone next to HTC. I didn't see this coming from LG. I never really kept up with them. Nexus devices and such. Never thought stock android looked good to be honest idk why. That said the nexus 5 will pretty much be this minus rear back buttons, why would I want that.... The button placement is genius and so are the short cuts. Stop hating LG #nuffsaid

18. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

You neglected to mention OIS and probably better pic quality (less noise in low light pics + sharper pics) from the G2, if initial feedback s holds up in a head-to-head comparo between the Note 3 and the G2. I am quite impressed with LG.

16. btbotimtim

Posts: 272; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

LG and HTC lag on updates. I dont know...maybe its verizon's fault.

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