T-Mobile had previously announced that it would begin selling the LG G2 online on September 18th. The carrier has decided to start selling LG’s newest flagship smartphone ahead of schedule. Starting today, customers will be able to pick up the device through the carrier’s website. AT&T started selling the device online a week ago whereas Verizon is already offering the LG G2 in-stores.

Since T-Mobile has shunned conventional service contracts, customers will be able to purchase the LG G2 for $99.99 upfront. However, they’ll have to make equal monthly installments of $21 for 24 months to pay the remaining cost of the device. Customers who don’t want to be caught up in this can put down $603.99 and walk away with a new LG G2. Even though T-Mobile starts selling the LG G2 today, customers will still have to wait until September 25th to pick it up from the carrier’s stores. The LG G2 has a 2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quadcore processor, 13 megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 3,000mAh battery and a 5.2 inch full HD 1080p display. Verizon Wireless is the first carrier to offer the LG G2 both online and in-stores from today. If you can’t make up your mind about purchasing this smartphone, our LG G2 review will certainly help make the decision easier.

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1920x1080 IPS LCD
Price (approximative)
~$145 - Amazon
13 MP
Image Stabilization
143 g
3000 mAh
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Snapdragon 800 + None
Storage (GB)
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