We reported earlier today that Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone is going to be available on all five major service providers and here we have the more ravishing news confirming it. Starting with Sprint, the carrier is going to launch the phone on Thursday, June 21st – the phone will be a 16GB model and comes at a price of $199.99 and for 32GB, it costs $249.99. The carrier bringing the phone in Pebble Blue and Marble White color. T-Mobile coming with phone on June 21st. The carrier has a sign-up page available now if you’re interested in signing up for more information; no price is listed yet, but Samsung has said that the phone will start at $199.
Verizon has announced that the Galaxy S III will be arriving at its stores in “the coming weeks,” and it’s open to pre-orders starting at 7am EDT on Wednesday, June 6th start at $199.99 for the 16GB version, with the 32GB one available for $249.99. Both those prices require the standard two-year agreement and customers need to subscribe with LTE data package, which comes at a price of $30 per month for 2GB.
Talking about US Cellular, the carrier coming with Galaxy S III on June 12th when it will began taking pre-orders for the phone, although pricing and release date will be out on same day either. The phone is coming in 16GB and 32GB versions. The 16GB version will come in both blue and white, while the 32GB will be available in white only.