Galaxy S3 up for pre-order in UK: Tariff details

For the Android faithful over here in the United Kingdom that might be after the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone from the Samsung camp in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S3, you might like to know that you can now shove in your pre-order for the handset with three UK carriers.

According to the guys over at Engadget by way of Android Central the tree UK carriers that have now placed the Samsung Galaxy S3 handset up for pre-order are Vodafone, O2, and Three.

Vodafone is offering the Samsung Galaxy S3 as a free handset on three tariffs, £41 per month will get you 900 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data, whilst if you shell out £46 a month you receive 1200 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB data, or if you prefer for £62 a month you get 3000 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data, and of course tese are based on a 24-month contract.

With O2 customers can gain the Galaxy S3 for free for £46 per month with the On & On tariff for which you get unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of data, or for £51 a month on the same tariff you receive unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data, again based on singing on for a two-year term.

As for Three UK, they are offering the Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone as a free device on their The One Plan, which costs £34 per month and for which you get 2000 minutes, 5,000 Three-to-Three minutes, 5,000 texts and all-you-can-eat data.

So there you go just a few options for those in the UK that might be looking to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S3, will you be pre-ordering the handset?

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  • Danny1697409

    I’m from California in the U.S how would I ore order an unlocked version and how much will it cost?

    • Aaron

      first of all i believe its coming to Europe before the u.s. so you’ll have to wait unill at least the 30th of may for third party sites or even ebay to start there traders selling them, which could take up to another week or so. once thats done, you’ll then not only be paying a stupid amount to get it shipped to the u.s. but paying the extortionate prices set by the traders. judging by there prices and all other costs involved it could be double the retailers price.

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