LG G3 is now available from Sprint and AT&T

LG G3 is now available from Sprint and AT&T

LG G3 is one of the best phones this year, thus far at least. It sports a beautiful 5.5″ QHD screen along with a Snapdragon 801 chip, 3GB of RAM and a great 13MP OIS+ camera on the back alongside a laser autofocus sensor. AT&T was supposed to be the first U.S. carrier to offer this phone, but it appears they’re not alone.

Sprint is offering the device as well, even though that was supposed to happen on July 18, but they are ahead of schedule I guess. Pricing is rather similar on both carriers. As far as AT&T goes you can get the phone for $199 with a two-year contract or for as low as $24.17 per month for zero down if you opt for AT&T’s Next Installment plan. Sprint on the other hand has monthly Easy Pay installment plan which can get you the phone for $0 down and $25 per month or you can opt for $199 with a two-year contract agreement. If you want to get the Shine Gold color LG G3, you’ll have to opt for Sprint.

If you’re interested in getting this phone we’re sure you’ll find a suitable solution with one of these two carriers. You can find direct links below. Do you plan to get the G3? Did you get one already?

Source: AT&T , Sprint

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