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O2 starts taking orders for the LG G3

Flagship Android smartphone starts shipping in the UK
Thu Jun 26 2014, 13:23

LG G3 frontUK MOBILE OPERATOR O2 has started taking orders for the LG G3, with the handset shipping in the UK from today.

The LG G3 can be ordered at O2's online shop now. For those after a free handset, the cheapest tariff comes in at £38, which includes unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of monthly 4G data. This can be bumped to 5GB or 8GB, which cost £43 and £48 a month, respectively.

O2 is offering a cheaper £28 tariff where buyers will have to hand over an additional £99 for the LG G3, a contract that comes with 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data. A £33 tariff is also available and has an upfront cost of £49.99 for the handset.

On an O2 tariff, users also have the option of upgrading before their two years is up, with the operator allowing users to pay off their phone plan early to upgrade to a newer phone.

The LG G3 can also picked up for £529.99 on O2 pay as you go.

O2 isn's the only place to pick up the G3, as LG announced yesterday that the phone is available at Carphone Warehouse, Three and

The cheapest offer seems to be at, which is offering the handset for free on a £32.99 EE tariff, which comes with 1,000 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data. However, at Three you can get the LG G3 with free 4G from £35 a month, complete with unlimited data, unlimited texts and 600 call minutes per month. What's more, Clove is seling the LG G3 SIM-free for £492 with a free wireless charger worth £60.

Check out our LG G3 hands-on review. µ


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