Following LG's official unveiling of the LG G4, carriers have begun announcing their availability of the device as well. Featuring a 5.5-inch IPS Quantum Display, and running Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box, this phone has drawn tons of interest already, and here is where you can get one.
We do know that the LG G4 will be available on all major US carriers, and select retailers, and we will provide updates as we get the full details.
AT&T will begin pre-orders for the LG G4 on May 29, with the device arriving in-store on June 5. The carrier will offer customers the choice between metallic gray and black leather for the back of the device. Pricing starts at $21.00 for 30 payments on AT&T Next 24 for the metallic gray back, or $199 on contract and the black leather variant jumps up to $22.34 per month on Next 24 or $239 for a new two-year agreement. Full retail pricing of the leather model is $669, while the plastic one is $629.
Best Buy is accepting pre-orders of the LG G4 on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. With a variety of colors for each carrier, pricing from Best Buy is slightly higher than most carrier retail locations. Best Buy is offering a $100 gift card with the pre-order though.
Sprint will be offering the LG G4 in both Metallic Gray and Black Genuine Leather starting on June 5. The LG G4 supports all three of Sprint's spectrum bands, including 2.5GHz for faster data speeds. Sprint is offering the device for $200 with a new two year agreement, or $25 per month for 24 months for those who want to pay over time. Full retail pricing from Sprint sits at $600 for the G4.
T-Mobile will begin accepting orders for the LG G4 online on May 27, with an in-store launch of June 3. For a limited time they will be offering a 128GB microSD card as an added bonus with the purchase. They have priced the device at $24.99 for 24 months with $0 down, or $599.76 full retail.
US Cellular will begin presales of the LG G4 on May 29, with the device landing in the carriers retail locations starting on June 4. They will carry a gold, black leather, and gray metallic variant of the device, with pricing at $199 on a two-year agreement. For customers looking to pay over time, US Cellular is offering the gold model and gray metallic for $29.50 per month, while the black leather will run $30.50.
Verizon is accepting pre-orders as of May 28, with the device cruising into their stores officially on June 4. They will be offering the black leather, metallic gray, and a Verizon-exclusive ceramic white. Full retail pricing sits at $549.99, or customers can take advantage of Verizon Edge to get the device for $22.91 per month for 24 months.
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