Today is the official launch day of the LG G3 on AT&T, and buyers can now pick up LG's latest handset for $199.99 up front on a standard two-year plan, or for $24.17 per month through an 18-month AT&T Next deal. Alternatively an off-contract AT&T LG G3 will set you back $579.99. If you pick up an LG G Watch at the same time, AT&T will knock 50 percent off the price of the wearable.
Meanwhile Sprint has today begun taking LG G3 pre-orders, and like AT&T it'll charge you $199.99 on a two-year plan for the phone. Sprint also offers the G3 through Easy Pay for $25 per month, or upfront for $599.99. Sprint's G3 is expected to start making its way out to customers from July 18.
Color-wise, AT&T has the G3 in black and white, while Sprint has black and gold, the latter being an carrier exclusive. Next up is Verizon with a G3 launch on that carrier slated for July 17.
Anyone in the U.S. picking up an LG G3 today? Be sure to check out our review, and sound off in the comments!
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