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Friday, October 19, 2012
Contract-free Samsung Galaxy S III Available From MetroPCS

U.S. consumers looking for the Galaxy S III from Samsung without being shackled to lengthy wireless commitments will now have the chance to get a one from MetroPCS.

The Galaxy S III will be available in select stores this weekend, and in all MetroPCS stores and online at beginning Monday, October 22.

Priced at $499 plus tax, the Galaxy S III is available on any of MetroPCS? 4GLTE service plans, which range from $30 - $70 per month, including the limited-time promotional plans of 4G LTE for $30 or unlimited talk, text and 4GLTE data for $55 per month (taxes and regulatory fees included).

That's almost $1,200 less than the total cost of both the smartphone and rate plans with other 4G LTE operators.

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