The LG G2 is the major release for the ‘Life’s Good’ company this Autumn and it can now be bought via an online purchase from any of these carriers: Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T. This follows on from its official release date, which was early last week.

When shopping, it’s important to keep in mind that there is some differences in the deals between carriers. For that reason, it’s always a good idea to make yourself aware of the deals which are as follows:

– From AT&T, buyers can get a two year plan where the mobile will cost them $199. Without the plan, you can buy the phone outright for $575.

– From Verizon, buyers can choose a two year plan and the mobile will also cost them $99. Otherwise you can pay $599 for the mobile outright.

– From T-Mobile, things is a little bit different. Buyers can pay an upfront fee of $99, followed by monthly installments of $21 per month on a two year contract. Just purchasing the phone outright will set you back $604.

Prices seem to correspond with the biggest companies being able to slash a little bit of extra money off the price of the G2 device. Read into that, and act how you will. Some will rather support the smaller companies and just pay the extra few dollars for the sake of it. It will also depend on what you like for your specific region from things like service quality also.

Sprint is the other big name that hasn’t managed to keep up with these three yet. If you intend to wait on the Sprint version, it is coming. Delays are expected to have it released in a few weeks time. Pre-orders will be available from October 11.

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