LG G3 pre-orders on contract via Carphone Warehouse
The LG G3 smartphone was recently introduced and is set to impress, with high-end specs and plenty to offer. Yesterday we shared one of the first reviews of the phone and now we have news that LG G3 pre-orders for the UK on contracts are now available via Carphone Warehouse.
When the phone was officially launched at the end of last month we reported that some UK retailers had already confirmed they would be offering the device, including Carphone Warehouse, O2 and Three. A few days later we then told how UK pre-orders for the SIM-free version were now available, and also the price.
However, if you want to purchase the LG G3 with a contract the good news is that pre-orders are now available for that option too, through Carphone Warehouse. Plenty of different plans are available with available operators including EE, O2, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile and TalkMobile.
For example, if you don’t want to pay anything upfront there’s a plan available for Â£37.99 monthly over two years. This is with EE and gets you unlimited minutes and texts along with 4GB of 4G data per month. If you want to pay less each month, one of the alternatives is to pay Â£49.99 upfront on an O2 plan, followed by 24 monthly payments of Â£33. That will net you unlimited minutes and texts plus 1GB of 4G data monthly.
Another incentive to get the LG G3 from Carphone Warehouse is that within 30 days of the beginning of your new contract you’ll receive a Â£100 cashback cheque from the company. This appears to apply to all of the Carphone Warehouse plans for this phone and those who pre-order will also get a free Official LG Quick Circle case.
If you’re wondering when Carphone Warehouse will be able to supply your pre-ordered LG G3, the product page (see source below) states that you’ll get free delivery by July 1st. If you want to find out more about the LG G3 please check out our previous articles here for comparisons, video looks, and much more.
Have you already decided that the LG G3 is the right smartphone for you? If so, are you thinking of buying it via Carphone Warehouse?