LG's flagship G4 has gone on sale with carriers and retailers offering freebies to anyone who places an order.
Three weeks living with the G4 has us convinced it is a worthy smartphone flagship. Optus, Telstra and Harvey Norman will be ranging the smartphone and are rewarding customers who place an order ahead of the 14 July in-store sales date.
Here's what's on offer so far:
The first 100 customers who place an order with Optus will have the G4 bundled with the Watch Urbane. This is LG's premium smartwatch timepiece and it has a retail price of$479.
Optus is pitching a $72 a month cost for the G4 over 24 months, which works out to be monthly phone repayments of $12 on its $60 My Plan Plus. This works out to be more expensive than Samsung's Galaxy S6, which has a monthly handset repayment of $9 per month.
Optus pre-orders start today online and will commence in store from 6 July.
Australia's largest telco has not announced its pricing for the G4 smartphone, but it will exclusively sell the black leather variant for the first six weeks from launch.
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Telstra is giving away 300 Music Flow P7s, which are LG bluetooth speakers valued at $189. Pre-orders from Telstra open a little later at 9am on 6 July and end at 8am on 14 July.
Harvey Norman is offering the first 500 customers who pre-order a G4 a Tech Data 64GB microSD card. The value of the microSD card is $59, but its addition to the G4's 32GB of storage pushes it to 96GB.
The retailer is stocking the brown leather variant for $928 and the metallic grey for $877, with pre-orders starting on 1 July.
Is the LG G4 the right smartphone for you? Check out our full review before you place an order