UK Pre-Orders Taking Place For Galaxy S III From Three, Vodafone and O2

UK’ers are now able to pre-order the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III from several different carriers of choice.  Vodafone, O2 and Three are all offering the ability to pre-order the device and to be among the first to receive the quad-core monster.  In addition, it looks like you can score a decent deal with any one of the carriers if you plan on snagging the device.  One could get the 16GB model for free with a £41 ($66) monthly plan on Vodafone.  Similarly, you’ll be able to get a hold of the handset on O2 and Three for roughly the same monthly cost or pay up to £219 ($353) for slight less of a commitment to the carrier.  If you’re ready to get rolling on the deal check out the source link of your choice and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.

source: Three, Vodafone, O2 

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