News by Andrew Kameka on Monday September 09, 2013.
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Sprint has become the last of the major U.S. carriers to announce its launch plans for the LG G2, and the new release plans confirm that Sprint will also be the last carrier to actually put the device on sale. Though AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon have all announced plans to sell the LG G2 by mid September, Sprint has yet to announce when the device will be sold online and in stores. The Now Network will so far say only that it will begin the pre-order period October 11.
"More information on the availability date will be given at a later time," Sprint said in its announcement of the G2. It's possible that Sprint could deliver the phone as early as a few days after or a few weeks later, but the G2 will likely be in consumers' hands at some point in October. The phone will cost $199.99 when purchased with a two-year agreement. Customers who pre-order the G2 will receive a free Quick Window protective case worth $49.99.source: Sprint
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