LG G2

£399.99 on PAYG or £49 and up on contract

Data-friendly UK network Three has announced its launch of the LG G2, the Korean company's latest high-end smartphone with buttons on the back. Three is offering the G2 for £49 up-front on 24-month contracts starting at £29 per month. Alternative if you're after a Three-branded G2 without a monthly commitment, the carrier's selling it for £399.99 on Pay As You Go.

The device is available online and from Three stores today. For more info on the LG G2, check out our reviews of the U.S. versions.

Source: Three

 
There are 7 comments

Amir47 says:

Will sprint be the last carrier to get this phone?

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moosc says:

Late Oct release is the rumored date

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seanjenkins1 says:

£400 seems relatively cheap. It's £480 on clove. Guessing it's not unlocked though.

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Phil Hendy says:

Where can you buy the 32gb version in the UK ?

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u won't get it no where in the UK yet I checked every where and all the so called UK sites that's selling they get the phone from Japan so I opt for the 16gb I will just use USB on the go

tim440 says:

In Spain Vodafone have got an exclusive on the 32gb version. Might have to switch to them as not sure the 16gb cuts it.

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Phil Hendy says:

Same here, I currently own the HTC One and have recently removed a lot of cruft leaving 18gb spare on the G2 that would leave me with under 3gb which is too close for comfort. Going to wait for the 32GB version from a UK seller.

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