If you were worried that LG might launch an exclusive deal with one of the major US carriers for its new flagship G2 smartphone, you can breathe a sigh of relief. The company announced during the device's launch that it'll arrive on the Big Four stateside: Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon. Sprint said it was "thrilled" that the G2 would hit its 4G LTE handset lineup, while T-Mobile said it would be adding three LG devices to its lineup: the G2 plus the Optimus F6 and F3. T-Mob added that the F3 is now available for $0 down on its Simple Choice plan (for a limited time), and said that pricing and availability for the Optimus F6 and G2 would be available "in the coming weeks." Verizon tweeted that LG's flagship was "coming soon," but AT&T has yet to officially chime in.
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