AT&T has announced the availability of both the LG G3 smartphone and the Android Wear-powered LG G Watch. The G3 will go up for pre-order tomorrow, July 8th, and will begin shipping by July 11th when the handset becomes officially available for purchase. The G watch goes on sale via AT&T’s web store tomorrow and will reach brick-and-mortar outlets on the 11th, as well.
Customers can expect to either $24.17 per month or $29 per month for the G3 when choosing a zero-down AT&T Next option for either 12 or 18 months. The phone will also be available for $199 via the more traditional two-year contract model. The G Watch, which has been on sale via Google Play since last week, will retail for $229.
Customers purchasing the G3 will be treated to half off certain LG accessories for a limited time. This includes snagging a G Watch for only $115, but the deal can also be applied to LG’s Quick Circle case, LG Bluetooth headsets, and more.
AT&T will be the first US carrier to have the G3 on sale but will be followed shortly by the T-Mobile on July 16th and Sprint on July 18th. Verizon is the sole member of the big four to have not announced plans for the release of the G3 on their network.
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