AT&T Starts Shipping LG G5, T-Mobile Has Special Offers With Pre-orders

AT&T Starts Shipping LG G5, T-Mobile Has Special Offers With Pre-orders
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You can have LG G5 phones before its release date! To be eligible, you should pre-order the phones on AT&T, which has already started shipping them. T-Mobile has also started taking pre-orders for the phone, for which you will have to sign a service agreement.


AT&T offers a “buy one get one free” as part of its Next Plan that allows consumers to purchase  the device at a starting price of $22.97 per month. You can also buy the phone for $688.99 outright, but this won’t include the buy one get one offer. Meanwhile, you have four color variants to choose from- titan, gold, silver and pink.

LG G5 will officially be released on April 1, so those who have pre-ordered the phone via AT&T can get it today. However, it should be noted that pre-orders end today, so hurry! According to reports by GSM Arena, T-Mobile is offering a LG 360 Cam, worth $200, along with a free LG battery bundle with G5.

You will have to pay $629.99 outright if you buy from T-Mobile. Otherwise, you may choose the second option, according to which you will have to pay $0 upfront followed by $26.25 in 24 months installments. However, bear this in the mind that the offer is valid till April 5.

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Other carriers taking orders for LG G5 are Sprint and Verizon. So, you won’t run out of sources for ordering the new modular phone. The G5 is a flagship model that represents a new beginning. It has a 5.3-inch QHD touchscreen with a dual rear camera system. While one has a 16MP camera sensor, the other boasts an 8MP sensor. Both rear shooters have autofocus, LED flash and OIS features. The front snapper is 8MP.

As for the processor, the G5 is fuelled by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4GB of RAM. It has 32GB of expandable storage and is powered by 2800mAH battery. It runs on the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS, reports PhoneArena.

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