Samsung announced over the weekend that carriers in the U.S. would soon be announcing their plans for the Galaxy S III, and today they’ve started doing just that.
Verizon has announced that they will be offering the Galaxy S III for preorder starting June 6th at 7am via their online site. They will offer the 16GB variant for $199.99, and the 32GB model for $249.99. No word on when they will officially sell the Galaxy S III, but we’re expecting it to be in stores around the 20th.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile has announced they will begin carrying the Galaxy S III in retail stores on June 21st. They haven’t announced when or if they’ll be offering a pre-order for the device, nor the full retail price of the device, though similar devices go for about $199-$249 when they land on T-Mobile’s network. You can sign up to be notified of the release at the T-Mobile page.
Sprint’s variant will arrive on June 21st with Google Wallet in tow. The pricing will match the $199 and $249 price points for the 16GB and 32GB variants, respectively. Preorders will go live tomorrow, June 5th, ahead of the June 21st release date.
AT&T hasn’t announced official availability of the Galaxy S III, nor did they offer information yet as to a pre-order. You can sign up for updates from AT&T on their website, and they’ll likely offer more details over the next few hours. We’ll update this post as we learn more.
Finally, U.S. Cellular will begin offering pre-orders starting June 12th, with the device making its way to store shelves sometime in July. They will also have a 16GB and 32GB variants, with the former available in both color variants, and the latter available only in Pebble White. Pricing will be announced on June 12th.