Galaxy S III

When US Cellular announced its intention to sell the Samsung Galaxy S III, it kinda forgot to mention how much it was going to cost us. That's been rectified today, and the prices are in line with the four major U.S. carriers.

USCC will sell the Galaxy S III for $199 for the 16-gigabyte version, and $249 for the 32-gigabyte version. That all comes after a $100 mail-in rebate, though, so you'll be paying a little extra up front. (Ed. note: Boooooooooooooooooo.)

Preorders start June 12, and USCC says the phone "will be available in stores and online in July." So it looks like in addition to paying more up front, you'll have to wait a couple weeks longer than AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.

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Reader comments

US Cellular announces pricing for its Galaxy S III, will be available in July


Mail in rebates make the company more money. It's up to the consumer to do the work if they want that money back. I know it sounds weird that people wouldn't do a simple task like sending a letter but I know 3-4 people who wont do mail in rebates just because of the extra work.

True, but why spend this type of cash on a phone and NOT send in the rebate???

This is why I like BB Mobile instant rebates!!