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Samsung Galaxy S4 UK Carriers

With the hype of the Samsung Galaxy S4 growing, the next step for buyers is which UK carrier to choose from. Here’s a list of UK carriers for the Samsung Galaxy S4 on offer and what they have announced so far:

Carphone Warehouse
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available from April 25, until then you can register for the Samsung Galaxy S4 on the Carphone Warehouse site, which will give you further updates.

O2
Strangely O2 has no sign of a registration form on its website for the Samsung Galaxy S4, however that will be expected to change as an O2 spokesperson confirmed the network provider will be selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 – although O2 have not announced a price as of yet.

EE
The only UK operator to offer the Samsung Galaxy S4 enabled with 4G from launch, unsurprisingly EE is also getting buyers to register with pre-orders set to start on March 28 2013. T-Mobile and Orange customers can also register from March 28 on the EE website.

Phones4U
The date given for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is April 26, a day later than Carphone Warehouse. Phones 4U hasn’t released any contract details as of yet, however until then you can ‘register your interest’ in the Samsung Galaxy S4 on Phones4U’s website now.

Three

Similarly Three is inviting buyers to register their interest in the Samsung Galaxy S4 online, via its website. However Three has said that it will not be charging extra for 4G.

Vodafone
Vodafone is also selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 and is asking customers to register their interest online, via its website. The Samsung Galaxy S4 handset will be available on a range of its monthly contracts upon launch.

Tesco mobile
Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available on Tesco mobile, however other details have not been announced as of yet.

Text: Anna Conrad

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