The Galaxy S III mini was announced just yesterday, but it’s already available for pre-order from three of Britain's major carriers.
This means that you can get the Samsung smartphone for free as long as you are willing to sign a two-year contract. The cheapest Vodafone contract that gets you a shinny new Galaxy S III mini for zilch costs £25/month. If Orange or O2 are your carrier of choice, you need £26/month or £27/month contract, respectively, to get a free mini.
There are cheaper plans, too, starting from £15.50/month, but you'll have to pay £199.99 to have the Samsung Galaxy S III mini on them. You can always opt for the SIM-free device, but it will set you back £300.
To sweeten up the deal, Phones 4U is throwing free Pebble MP3 players for the first 350 pre-orders.
The Samsung Galaxy S III mini is expected to start shipping in the beginning of November.
Losers, preorder ur Next Small Thing... after iphone 5 they realized the huge display on gs3 was a dumb idea... so they are making it smaller... typical!
its good looking phone but the name should have been SAMSUNG S mini it should have the specs of at lest samsung s2 the the s3 mini will sell well cos of the name n desing
Even original iPhones are made in China, so they have the ability to make cheap to the best phones and other products. Who knows how they're doing those ?!?!
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