As you know, tomorrow is the big day when Samsung's latest and greatest smartphone, the Galaxy S III, will officially land in US stores. It appears though, not all carriers will be having a perfectly smooth time with the launch.
T-Mobile says it will be the first to offer the US Samsung Galaxy S III in their brick and mortar stores, but the large demand has forced the operator to make the rollout a two-stage affair. Only what T-Mobile considers to be the top 29 markets will get the smartphone on launch date, with the rest to follow on June 27.
Those top markets include LosAngeles,CA; Chicago,IL; Phoenix,AZ; Houston,TX; SanDiego,CA; NewYork,NY; Seattle,WA; Miami/Ft.Lauderdale,FL; Dallas/Ft.Worth,TX; SanFrancisco,CA; SaltLakeCity,UT; Denver,CO; Minneapolis,MN; Tampa/St.Petersburg,FL; Philadelphia,PA; SanAntonio,TX; Portland,OR; Austin,TX; Atlanta,GA; KansasCity,MO; Boston,MA; Sacramento,CA; Orlando,FL; Detroit,MI; WashingtonDC; Cleveland,OH; Jacksonville,FL; Charlotte,NC and McAllen,TX.
If you aren't lucky enough to be living near any of the said locations you might still have a chance to grab one from the "limited amount" that should be available through the company's website.
The Galaxy S III will cost $229.99 with a two-year Value Plan contract from T-Mobile, and $279.99 after $50 mail-in rebate on a Classic plans.
Sprint has also confirmed that it can't quite handle the demand for the Galaxy S III and will only fulfill the 16GB pre-orders on launch date. Those who ordered the 32GB version will have to wait another week for their units to arrive.
Plenty people are interested. There is no reason to start pointless trolling on either side
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