New York – T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular revealed their plans for LG’s flagship G4 smartphone following last week’s announcement by Sprint.
The phone was unveiled in late April.
T-Mobile begins offering the phone May 27 on its website without contract at $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $24.99 for a total of $599.76. It goes on sale in T-Mobile-brand stores June 3. The carrier will also offer the version with brown-leather back on an exclusive basis at the same price.
U.S. Cellular will make the phone available for purchase on June 4 in company and agent stores. Without contract, the price will be $0 down and 20 monthly installment payments of $29.50 for the gold and metallic gray versions. The version with genuine black-leather back will go for $30.50/month. The phone will also be available for $199 with two-year contract.
U.S. Cellular customers who purchase the device before June 21 get a free 32GB memory card, extra battery and battery charging cradle from LG.
T-Mobile customers get a 128GB micro SD memory card. The offer ends June 21 or while supplies last.
For its part, Sprint plans June 5 availability through all distribution channels. Sprint priced the phone at $199 with a two-year contract, $599 without a contract, $18/month for 24 months on a Sprint Lease, and $25/month for 24 months on a Sprint EasyPay installment-payment plan. It will be available in metallic gray and black.