Following quite a long wait since its official introduction at the end of August, LG’s V30 is now available in the US at two of the big four carriers. We’re talking about Verizon and AT&T. At the same time, T-Mobile has started taking pre-orders for the handset, ahead of its launch that will happen on October 13.

At Verizon, you can snatch an LG V30 for $840 all-in, or 24 monthly installments of $35. If you buy before November 6, you can score a $200 Visa prepaid card, and you will receive a free new Google Daydream View VR headset.

AT&T is asking for $809.99 of you hard earned cash for the V30 if you want to pay it all at once. Alternatively, you can go the installment route, shelling out $27 per month for 30 months. The same Daydream View offer applies as for Verizon.

Finally, T-Mobile will charge you $800 for the handset, which you can pay all at once or divided between $80 down and $30 monthly for two years. Interestingly, if you pre-order at the magenta carrier you can expect your unit to ship immediately, so you will probably have it in your hands way before the V30 officially becomes available in TMo stores on October 13.