Three has cut the cost of the Samsung Galaxy S3. But only if you’re quick off the mark.
As part of the carrier's limited-period offer, would-be buyers who sign up for the S3 before February 17th on Three's Ultimate Internet Plan on a two-year contract will pay £29 per month, with no upfront free for the handset.
That’s down from £34 per month previously, spelling total savings of £120 over the course of the two-year term.
Allowances are 500 anytime, any-network minutes and 5,000 texts per month, plus all you can eat data.
Unveiled back in May last year, Samsung’s best-selling smartphone ever features Android Jelly Bean out of the box, plus a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED screen and some smart nature-inspired user-interface tweaks.
Three’s price cut comes amid a welter of speculation that a successor, tentatively dubbed the Galaxy S4, is likely to make its debut as early as next month prompting networks such as Three to cut asking prices for the current-gen handset in a bid to clear stockholdings.
Expected to land at a one-off press event, the S4’s spec sheet is purported to take in a larger five-inch display, a 13-megapixel camera and wireless charging.
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