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.