Samsung Galaxy S III to hit Sprint stores July 1st; device finally launches in Canada
Breaking down the Canadian carriers, Bell, TELUS, Rogers and Virgin will offer an LTE enabled model (as will SaskTel although its model will run on HSPA+ until their LTE pipeline is turned on). WIND, Mobilicity and Videotron will offer their customers a version of the Samsung Galaxy S III that runs on AWS. In Canada, carriers love to tie you up for 3 years instead of 2 and we have seen pricing run from $99.95 at Videotron to $159.99. Both the 16GB and 32GB models are available in both Marble White and Pebble Blue.
source: AndroidCentral, MobileSyrup
1. TROLL.ISAHA (banned) posted on 27 Jun 2012, 20:00 0 1
3 years. What a joke, your better of buying it outright.
2. QWIKSTRIKE posted on 27 Jun 2012, 20:23 0 0
Or taking the 3 years and buying it off in the second year to get out of contract. Now do I wait for another phone or just jump in since my upgrade is due 7/.1/2012
3. threeline posted on 27 Jun 2012, 22:46 0 0
How do you think this phone will fare against the Galaxy Nexus now that it will have Jelly Bean and all its new features? I figure it will be atleast 5months before the GSIII gets JB.
4. ph00ny posted on 27 Jun 2012, 23:07 0 1
Honestly, GalNex was a huge letdown eventhough i moved onto it from GB running Note
5. husser94 posted on 28 Jun 2012, 00:23 0 0
AT&T PLEASE SHED SOME LIGHT ON US WITH UR RELEASE DATE.!!!