If we are to believe one UK phone store then the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini price is pretty clear-cut for a range of networks, which includes O2, Vodafone, and Orange. The product page on Phones 4U gives you a couple of photos that are from the official press release, and one of these has a bright red offer on top of it that states you’ll also benefit from a free Samsung Pebble when you pre-order your new Galaxy S3 Mini on one of the contract deals.
You can see that image on this page and the select of contracts are also displayed on this page, which include terms starting from 24 months up to 36 months. All of the offers displayed give you the handset for free, so for instance if you go for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini on O2 you’d pay nothing for the device, although the £36 a month deal puts you in a 24 month contract with unlimited minutes, texts, and 1GB of data a month.
We took a snapshot of the current offers and these can be seen in the image below, although it’s worth pointing out these are right at the time of writing and will surly change over time, so make sure you visit this page and your selected network for the latest pricing.
If we are to believe these prices for Samsung’s Galaxy S3 Mini, then you can also find the apparent UK release date after clicking on any of the network offers, which clearly explains you can pre-order the Galaxy S3 Mini for a shipping date of “02/11“. This delivery date would be subject to change, although from what we’re hearing via other sources it looks like this is the official UK release date for Samsung’s Galaxy S3 Mini.
What UK network would you prefer the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini on? We’ve just noticed that Carphone Warehouse are starting to take pre-orders as well for the smaller handset, so it is well worth shopping around before making any decisions. You can see all the official pictures and a full breakdown of the specs in this article, so feel free to check that out if you need to know more about the Galaxy S3 Mini features.
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