Just two more weeks till LG’s most ambitious Android smartphone will be delivered to your hands on 28 June.
We’ve already provided you with the necessary intelligence to make an informed decision about purchasing the LG G3. Whether you’re upgrading from last year’s G2 to its successor, or require extra info to choose from Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8) or Sony Xperia Z2, we’ve got all that covered.
Now, it’s time to put the final piece of the puzzle into play - where and when you can get your hands on the LG G3.
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Pre-order through SingTel from 14 June
SingTel’s pre-order site for the LG G3 is now live, along with the subsidised pricing of the Android smartphone. On its cheapest S$28 per month plan, the G3 costs S$598 while the highest tier Prestige plan, which costs S$240 per month, lets you purchase the G3 for S$68.
Registration of interest with StarHub and M1 from 14 June
Update 20/06/14: To get the LG G3 from StarHub, it'll cost you S$509 for the lowest level SmartSurf Lite plan that costs S$38 per month and will cost as low as S$29 for the S$205 per month SmartSurf Elite plan. Under M1, its entry-level mobile plan at S$39 per month gives you the best subsidised price of S$448, and costs as little as S$98 for the ExtremeSurf+ plans.
As of now, M1 has the best subsidised offer if you're planning to get the most basic plan, which costs slightly below S$40 per month for all three telcos.
Both StarHub and M1 have also launched their LG G3 microsites, but prices for the phone haven’t been unveiled yet. Based on the competitive nature of the telcos, expect the same price range.
Getting the unit from any of the three telcos will also get you the LG G3 quick circle window cover and wireless charging stand worth S$166.
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LG authorised resellers from 28 June
If you’d rather not sign for a two-year contract and retain your 12GB data plan, LG’s authorised resellers will be releasing the phone from next Saturday, 28 June. We’ll be updating this story with the locations of the bigger retail outlets that might have more stock for the G3 during its launch.
Without a two-year contract, the non-subsidised prices for the LG G3 are pegged at S$868 for the 16GB internal storage with 2GB RAM version and S$928 for the 32GB internal storage with 3GB RAM version.
The online retailer is currently taking pre-orders for the G3, and the good news is, you won’t incur any cancellation charges if you chicken out at the last minute. Expect the same or perhaps slightly less pricing on Expansys.