The Samsung Galaxy Slll model is going cheaper than expected, as T Mobile and Three are offering full monty packages for new users, bringing the overall phone bill cost more in line with public demand.
In pound-for-pound rankings, the Samsung Galaxy smartphone is the new undisputed champion (sorry iPhone), possibly the most attractive handset available in the market owing to sleek design, streamlined usability and compact size. Ina bid to swallow more of UK market networks T Mobile and Three have announced equally impressive value-for-money tariffs.
With a one-off upfront payment of £29, consumers can purchase the smartphone on the T Mobile “Full Monty” tariff for just £33 a month, which is a saving of £3 a month. The Full Monty tariff provides 2,000 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited T-Mobile to T-Mobile calls and unlimited data.
Not to be outdone Three’s One Plan costs the same £33 a month, and includes allowances and an up-front fee of £29, aiming to make a similar dent in the sales of rival networks in 2012.
The Galaxy S3 currently runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, but those who not big on dairy won’t miss out on the smartphone any time soon as it is due to be upgraded to Android Jelly Bean shortly.
In celebration of the 2012 London Olympic Games official sponsor Samsung is launching a limited-edition Samsung Galaxy S III Flip Cover, a white flip case that replaces the Samsung Galaxy S 3 back cover, adding a front protective on-screen fold.