Sprint announced last week that it would start selling the G4 on June 5th Metallic Gray and Leather Black. The carrier also has the same deal as T-Mobile ($0 down, $25/month for 24 months), on top of the two-year contract price of $200. And yes, you can still forgo the commitment for $600. Verizon's version of G4 will be available June 4th, but it's taking pre-orders starting tomorrow. Spacing out the payments over 24 months will set you back $22.91/month with Big Red and buying the handset outright with no contract costs $550. Opting to go with Verizon still gets you the phone in either Metallic Gray or Leather Black and there's also a number of bundles that tack on an LG tablet or the LG Watch Urbane for some extra dough.
If you still aren't happy with those options, US Cellular will have the G4 up for grabs on June 4th. Unfortunately, there's no word on when the handset will be available from AT&T just yet. LG's offering offering added perks to get you splurge for the device with an extra battery, charging cradle and 32GB microSD card available by mail -- if you purchase before June 21st. What does opening up your wallet to any of these carriers get you? On top of the aforementioned expandable storage, there's great battery life, a 5.5-inch vibrant IPS Quantum display, capable 16-megapixel camera and more.
Update 5/27/15: AT&T just announced on-sale info for the G4 as well, starting with online pre-sales at 12:01AM ET on May 29th and hitting stores on June 5th. Pricing varies depending on if you go for the Metallic Gray or Leather Black. For the former, $0 down on AT&T Next is $21.00 with 30 payments for Next 24, $26.25 with 24 payments for Next 18, or $31.50 with 20 payments for Next 12. It's available for $199.99 with a standard two-year agreement and $629.99 sans contract. The latter goes for $22.34 per month on Next 24, $27.92 per month on Next 18, or $33.50 per month with Next 12. Leather Black G4 is priced at $239.99 with a two-year contract or $669.99 without the commitment.