By now, LG and Google know that they have a hit on their hands with the Google Nexus 4, and have probably ordered up more stock from suppliers. But even contract manufacturers can't add more time to the 24 hours a day that some of the assembly lines churn out product. Yes, they might be able to turn a 12 year old school girl into a 35 year-old mother of three, but they can't add more hours to a day.
Meanwhile, the 16GB Google Nexus 4 remains out of stock at T-Mobile despite the price which is $150 more than from Google directly, so that takes the carrier out of play. As we've pointed out before, if you need the phone immediately, your best bet might be eBay. New restrictions on sellers offering the phone should heighten security and lessen the chance that you're gonna get rooked. Prices have come down since the new rules were put in force and you can pick up the 16GB of the phone for $599.99. If time is not an issue, you can still buy the same version from the Google Play Store for $349 assuming that the 6 to 7 week wait is not a problem.
source: GooglePlayStore via Electronista