T-Mobile and AT&T LG G2 now available online

September 12, 2013

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    After announcing the pricing and availability dates earlier this month, the LG G2 is now available online from both T-Mobile and AT&T. While the release is right on time as per AT&T’s schedule, T-Mobile has managed to launch the phone a few days earlier than previously announced.

    As a part of T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plans, the LG G2, you can pick up the highly-anticipated LG flagship from a $99 down payment, followed by $21 monthly installments for 24 months. Of course, you can also pay for the device outright, which will set you back $603.99. T-Mobile will also be giving away for free a LG QuickWindow case, worth $49.99, with every purchase. You can find out more and pick up the device from the T-Mobile website here.

    The LG G2 can be picked up for $199.99 with a 2-year contract from AT&T. The company also offers one year contracts, with a device cost of $449.99, and an outright purchase cost of $574.99, which is cheaper than T-Mobile, but doesn’t include any free accessories. Customers can also avail of the new AT&T Next offer, which features no down payment, and a monthly installment of $27 for 20 months. You can find out more and pick up the LG G2 from the AT&T website here.

    As a reminder, the LG G2 features a 5.2-inch Full HD (1080p) IPS LCD display, 2.26 Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 13MP rear camera with OIS, 2.4MP front camera, 3,000 mAh battery, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on-board. Click here for the full specs list of the LG G2.

    If you’re unsure of whether the LG G2 is the smartphone for you, don’t forget to check out our detailed hands-on review, along with comparisons between the LG G2 and a few of the current flagships from other device manufacturers, in the playlist below.

    What are your thoughts? Will you be picking up the LG G2 from T-Mobile or AT&T? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    • xtriker360

      This or the note 3? What would you choose

      • http://perksofastudent.blogspot.com/?m=0 Renz Carl Supnet

        The real question should be what fits you the most. I suggest trying out both in-store before making any decision. If you’re a hardcore multitasker and interested in using the spen’s capabilities as well as a bigger screen then go with the note 3 otherwise go with the g2

        • xtriker360

          Good points, how many GB is the tmobile one?

          • http://perksofastudent.blogspot.com/?m=0 Renz Carl Supnet

            32 gb for both I think, not sure about g2 if there is also 16 gb

            • Xavier_NYC

              I was only able to order the 32gb one on ATT, really wish they made a 64GB model

            • http://perksofastudent.blogspot.com/?m=0 Renz Carl Supnet

              Maybe they’ll release it on a later date that’s a big if I haven’t seen 64 gb storage options available with carriers lately

            • Knobskin

              I was concerned too but for music I just use Spotify and I don’t play a ton of games, but when I checked the phone out of the box it was a little over 24gb available which works for me!

        • xtriker360

          Good points, how many GB is the tmobile one?

      • Knobskin

        Have you had the note 1 or 2? If so mix it up and try something new that’s why I went to the g2, but if memory and the stylus are truly needed go with the note 3! My only complaint with the note is I do like to take pics on my phone when I’m out after a few drinks and I just feel like a rod taking them on my note 2 The G2 looks small! My coworker thought it was a DROID razar at first lol plus you can always buy a stylus cheap!

        • xtriker360

          I never had phone that big like the note, that’s why I’m not sure about, going from an s3, does it really make a big different in size? I do like the extra memory which I really used, I have a 64 GB SD card.

          • Knobskin

            Go play with note 2 that seems to be pretty similar even slimmer but to me the size got old fast, I also am not a fan of touch wiz…. The g2 does feel small like the nexus 4 almost imo

    • Knobskin

      I got this on Tuesday through Att and am truly enjoying it! No complaints so far! Runs very fast and the screen is great! Like others said if your deciding on this and note 3 it really matters if u use the style, I don’t do its not a big deal to me. Plus the G2 feels small but isn’t with the beautiful screen. Truly worth checking out! And the battery has impressed me greatly so far!

      • Xavier_NYC

        Same here and 100% agree. And It really doesn’t feel cheap in the hand, feels a lot better than the GS4

        • Knobskin

          After have having the nexus 4 I was worried about it feeling cheap, but far from it! Now I want that folio case! I was happy to see Samsung make a Window for the S4 and now with the G2 the case makes it look real classy! Not sure how others feel but I do like the buttons on the back! Double tapping the screen is very response! Unlike my one Lumia I had where I had to keep tapping, either way I hope this helps put LG more on the map than just making the nexus! To me this is like a nexus very little added apps and the layout they use is pretty basic!

    • http://perksofastudent.blogspot.com/?m=0 Renz Carl Supnet

      Apple fans right now are proud that the iphone 5s is the first 64 bit smartphone. Congrats on that. Is it innovation? Imo no, it is just an introduction. The question that matters is why did apple do it? To introduce the technology- Ok but I think their purpose was to establish a “we had it first mentality” thus creating a sense of innovation for those who aren’t up to date with technology. I bet the fan base will not give arm credit. Lol we knew 64 chips were coming in 2014 as announced by arm in 2012. Apple used arm’s architecture. It’s great that this will give support for 64 bit processors sooner but the intent of apple is what I question. Anyway I just need to post this. Anyone can agree disagree with me.

      • Knobskin

        To me that technology is pointless for Apple! They don’t need it! It’s just for marketing and to make the new iPhone sound ground breaking, but even in my one class last night the prof was talking already about the outcry and disappointment the phone is drawing, but we all know it will sell like hot cakes though! And I am not an apple basher! They just need to improve their OS greatly and make their phones bigger for people like me who have huge hands!

    • Xavier_NYC

      AT&T’s has been available since last Friday. I’ve had my G2 since Tuesday. It’s a beast but can’t wait to flash CM10 on it.

    • Joe

      Hate to beat dead horse but how is it at ….gasp….a phone? Voice quality, volume, speakerphone, clarity. I know I am the only one who actually makes calls anymore.

      • Knobskin

        No issues so far with voice, call quality and speaker quality.

    • Lin

      non removable battery, no external SD and the buttons on the back are the three things that I do not like about it. Other then that this phone is really nice. If the Note 3 was not coming out I would seriously consider this phone

      • Knobskin

        The buttons on the back sorta freaked me but I’m actually enjoying it now…. The 3000 battery is solid! But Ya if you use a lot of memory note or S4 maybe better for Ya!

    • Jeremy

      If you are already a tmobile customer and want to upgrade to the g2 do you still get the free phone case?

      • Knobskin

        I noticed that yesterday I want that case! The way I read it was if you bought it outright but who knows it’s easier to persuade any carrier giving Ya a deal just be kind and cool! Always works for me!

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