LG's newest flagship, the LG G4, has already started being available in the market and through leading carriers. The latest to offer up this new smartphone to their subscribers is AT&T and the device will be available for pre-selling in their online store starting May 29 while it will show up on the brick and mortar AT&T stores starting June 5. As a bonus, those who will buy the LG G4 will get a huge discount on the LG G Pad F 8.0 to complete your LG digital life.
The 5.5-inch LG G4 is the first in the OEM's line to have IPS quantum display and combined with AT&T's claim that it has the strongest LTE network, the device is an ideal mobile device to watch videos, view pictures, and browse the web. You can get the Metallic Gray device at $0 down through the AT&T Next program, specifically at $21 for the next 30 months with the Next 24, $26.25 at 24 months for Next 18, and at $31.50 for 20 months in Next 12. The Genuine Black leather version is a little bit expensive, $22.34 for Next 24, $27.92 for Next 18, and $33.50 for Next 12. It will be priced at $239.99 with the two-year agreement and $669.99 with no commitment.
If you want to pay for it outright, you can get it at $199.99 with a two-year agreement with AT&T or at $629.99 if you want to be fancy free, carrier-wise. And if you're also on the lookout for a tablet for your other multi-media device needs, if you buy the LG G4 through AT&T or at their actual store, you'll be able to get it at just $0.99. Its regular value is at $149.99 with a two-year agreement.
Earlier this week, T-Mobile started selling the LG G4 at $24.99 installment for the next two years, $0 down. Meanwhile, Verizon has started pre-selling the smartphone with shipping estimated to start by June 4, so it's not that far away. It will be available at $22.91 for 24 months under Verizon Edge.