Now that the Mobile Unpacked event is done with, the Samsung Galaxy S III price and availability details have been let loose for all those who want to buy the smartphone. The US has got a sign-up page, while fans in the UK are getting treated to specific release date and price information.
Carphone Warehouse will be selling the phone for Vodafone, O2, T-Mobile, Three and Orange. A customer agreement tagging along data plans will obviously be in the offing in this case. But for those who’d rather not be tied to any particular carrier, the retailer is also vending a SIM-free version for £499.95. It is already available for pre-order through the company’s website.
“We can’t wait to bring Samsung’s amazing Galaxy SIII to Three, and we’re very proud to be one of their UK launch partners. With our high speed, award-winning network and market-leading all-you-can-eat data, we believe we can deliver the ultimate mobile internet experience to our customers with this phone,” elaborated Nigel Field, director of devices at Three. “The Galaxy SII was one of the smartphones of 2011, and we’re expecting its successor, the Samsung Galaxy SIII, to be amongst 2012’s biggest mobile success stories.”
The delivery date is marked as May 30, though there is a slight possibility of it changing without notice. What’s more, Carphone Warehouse was offering to bundle in a free 10-inch Galaxy Tab, InvisibleShield screen protector and an in-car microUSB charger for the first 1000 customers. It looks like the numbers have already crossed the mark since the free tablet deal doesn’t stand any longer.
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S III price and availability details for the UK have been already been released, potential users may probably want to get cracking with the pre-orders.