LG's G3 Launches on AT&T for $199.99 on Contract, With 50% off the G Watch



In the mood for a device with a crazy high-resolution display? Is your carrier of choice AT&T? Well then, you're in luck as the LG G3 is now available to purchase from AT&T and if you want to get your hands on the G Watch, then you can get it for 50% off when purchasing the G3 from Ma Bell as well. By now, many of you will already be familiar with the G3 and the fact that it's not just a QHD display and in fact features a Snapdragon 801 under the hood as well as some pretty nifty software features from LG. For even more info on the G3 though, just go ahead and take a look at our G3 review, which should answer a lot of your questions.


On AT&T, the G3 is $199.99 upfront on your traditional type of contract, or nothing down for $24.17 for 18-months on their Next installment plan. Of course, there's also the outright route which will set you back a sizable $579.99. How much the G3 is worth to you is of course a personal decision, but the Snapdragon 801 and new software features from LG make for a compelling device and while it is a 5.5-inch packing device, the bezels here are nice and slim making for a compact device, considering its display size.

To sweeten the deal though, AT&T is offering 50% off of the G Watch if you buy it with a G3, which would make it $115 instead of $230, which is a sizable saving and makes it cheaper than the Gear Live. Even though the G Watch is not exclusive to the G3 (it'll work with anything running Android 4.3 or above) it'll definitely make a nice companion to that shiny new G3 should you choose to go with it. Available at the source link below, the G3 is available in either black or white on AT&T.

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