T-Mobile announces prices and launch dates for LG G2, Optimus F6

T-Mobile announces prices and launch dates for LG G2, Optimus F6


T-Mobile today confirmed the pricing and launch dates for its next two LG smartphones, the G2 and Optimus F6.

The flagship G2 and its gorgeous 5.2-inch display touch down at T-Mobile on September 18 where it will cost $99.99 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $21 with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan. Pre-orders are already available for the handset. Specifically, the G2 is offered in black or white finishes on September 18; retail stores get the black finish starting a week later, September 25.

The affordable (read as entry-level) Optimus F6 arrives online today, September 5 and can be had for $49.99 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $10. At $289 with no contract, the LG handset is one of the carrier’s least expensive Android smartphones to date.  Don’t want to order online? Head to a store on September 11 and you’ll be able to pick one up. Head to T-Mobile to learn more about the Optimus F6 or to place an order immediately.


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