The much sought after Android release that of the Samsung Galaxy S III- has been the same old story: limited supply and high demand. However, the price will depend on the carrier and is an extremely difficult decision indeed!
The carrier will release the Galaxy S III in the US on Thursday in select retail outlets, but full retail capacity is only expected by June 27. There are two plans in which the 16 GB version costs $229.99 and $279.99, while the 32 GB costs $279.99 and $329.99 for a two year contract. Monthly rates are at least $34.99 along with a $20 installment or $69.99 a month.
Sprint and Verizon
Pre-ordering through the internet and telephone is still on, but Sprint has extended the release to June 28 owing to the overwhelming response. The monthly data cost is $10 and the plans range from $89.99 and upwards. The phone will come at $199.99 for a two-year contract. Verizon Wireless has already made it known that the much-awaited gadgets will roll out of its stores only in July. The gadgets will roll out at $199 with a contract of two years including the data plan. Non-contract prices start at $549.99 for Sprint and $599.99 for Verizon.