And Sprint makes four. Sprint on Monday was the last of the four major U.S. carriers to announce availability for the upcoming LG G2 smartphone. Pre-orders for the phone will start on October 11 for $199.99 with a two-year contract, and the phone will arrive “in time for the holidays.”
This is unlike AT&T, T-mobile and Verizons, all of which are shipping the phone later this month. Sprint is hoping to assuage buyers by offering a free Quick Window case when you pre-order the phone, which otherwise sells for $50. Verizon, meanwhile, is the only carrier to offer the phone with exclusive wireless charging capabilities.