The Samsung Galaxy S4 (both the I9505 and I9500) can be pre-ordered in the UK starting today, with shipments expected to begin on Friday, April 26.
You can get the Galaxy S4 with pretty much every carrier in the UK as well as contract-free from Amazon and Carphone Warehouse. Off-contract the device will set you back £629.95 from Carphone Warehouse and Amazon. There is a lower £530 option too from MobilePhonesDirect but you'll have to wait 33 working days, which puts it well beyond the April 26 date of the others.
Then you can go for a monthly agreement and a subsidized price. Everything Everywhere (EE) has the device listed as low as £19.99 on a £56 a month contract and for £269.99 for on its £31 a month plan - that's with unlimited texts and calls included.
Three UK offers the Galaxy S4 for free on £35 and £37 per month two-year deals.
O2 offers the Galaxy S4 on a variety of contracts ranging between £33 and £52. Getting one of the pricier plans allows you to get the smartphone for free.
You can go with T-Mobile - the Galaxy S4 can be yours for as low as 19 quid but with a £61 monthly contract.
Orange has the Galaxy S4 for as low as £20 upfront with 8 gigs of monthly data.
Finally Vodafone offers the Samsung flagship for free on a £42 monthly agreement.
Phones4U gives UK users a nice breakdown by network if you want a better overview.
Our American readers will also be glad to find out that the Samsung Galaxy S4 pricing and pre-order plans for AT&T were revealed. The carrier has confirmed that the smartphone will cost $250 with a new contract on its networks and you will be able to pre-order it from April 16.
The deal is the best in the UK market as the phone is an Ultrafast model and will be switched onto the 4G network in Q3.
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