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US Carriers to Have New LG G3 This Summer

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DALLAS -- The LG G3 is set to join the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network. “We are excited to add the LG G3 to AT&T’s leading device portfolio this year,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president – Devices, AT&T. “With its razor sharp 5.5 inch Quad HD display to its laser auto camera focus, the LG G3 is an innovative smartphone for consumers looking for the latest technologies all running on the network that covers more than 99 percent of all Americans.”

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Sprint (NYSE: S) will be the only wireless carrier to offer the U.S. variant of LG G3 in a Shine Gold color with the super-high-speed network capability of Sprint Spark and the significant savings of the Sprint Framily Plan. Introduced by LG Electronics today, LG G3 is the next generation of the award-winning LG G family of smartphones. It will be available later this summer.

Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S)

BELLEVUE -- America’s Un-carrier is gearing up for summer with yet another blockbuster addition to its rapidly-growing device lineup. Beginning today, people can pre-register at T-Mobile and be entered for a chance to win the hot, new smartphone from LG. The lucky winners can get their hands on the G3 weeks ahead of retail availability.

“The LG G3 will be the crown jewel of our LG device portfolio,” said Jason Young, senior vice president of marketing at T-Mobile. “People will be amazed at how videos and apps really come alive on the G3’s ultra high-res HD display, especially when running on T-Mobile’s lightning fast network.”

T-Mobile US Inc.

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