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Samsung Galaxy S4 mini pre-orders now accepted at U.K.'s Phones 4u with delivery set for July 1st

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Samsung Galaxy S4 mini pre-orders now accepted at U.K.'s Phones 4u with delivery set for July 1st
Even though the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini is official, is has yet to be unveiled. It will be introduced during Samsung's Premiere event on June 20th along with a number of other models like the rugged Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and the camera-centric Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. U.K. retailer Phones 4u has just flipped the switch on its pre-order page, which also doubles as a page for registrations. The latter is a way for you to signal your interest in the phone without actually reserving a unit by using a credit card. By leaving your email address, the retailer will inform you when there is news about the phone in question.

When it comes to pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini, you can get the device for free with a monthly plan as low as £28.50 ($45 USD). If you decide to sign up with a plan from EE that is priced at £36 ($57 USD) and above, besides getting the handset for free, you will receive a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 tablet.

Pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini taken by Phones 4u will be delivered on July 1st. And there is no charge for delivery with certain restrictions, of course.

Phones 4u and EE have a special deal for Samsung Galaxy S4 mini pre-orders

Phones 4u and EE have a special deal for Samsung Galaxy S4 mini pre-orders


source: Phones4u via Pocketlint

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posted on 18 Jun 2013, 09:11 1

1. istitch (Posts: 170; Member since: 19 Mar 2013)


GSMarena confirmed that the Galaxy S4 mini costs a whopping 390 pounds in UK, and that is A LOT.

posted on 18 Jun 2013, 16:06

2. Potato. (banned) (Posts: 607; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)


Samsung is greedy. (no need to mention that they are following Apple)

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