LG announced its flagship in an all-thrills show last month, but the device will land in stores only later this month. Earlier today, the Korean company revealed details as to when US residents can expect to see the G2 land on their favorite carrier, and of course, how much it would cost them to own one.
While AT&T is charging a $199.99 fee with a two-year contract, T-Mobile has listed the device for $99 only, with 24 months of $21 payments (totalling to $630). Verizon Wireless too will begin selling the phone starting September 12th and will charge the same as AT&T, i.e. $199.99 with a two-year contract.
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