LG has announced that its newly-revealed G2 will be coming to all four major carriers here in the United States, which would include Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Of course, those in other countries typically don’t have to worry about availability as most major carriers in most countries tend to sell most flagship devices. And being able to buy the device SIM unlocked and use it on mostly any carrier in your country also can’t hurt.
None of the carriers have a solid date to give us outside of “later this year,” though we imagine those details will be coming along in due time. We also don’t have a clue on pricing, but folks can expect the usual $200 or $300 after a two-year contract agreement, and anywhere between $100 and $200 down for T-Mobile. Everyone will have a chance to own this thing before too long.
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