UK carriers, including Vodafone, EE and O2 have the new Samsung Galaxy S4 Android smartphone on pre-order today, while in the United States AT&T announced that buyers will have to wait until next month.
AT&T says it will start taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S 4, the season's most eagerly awaited smartphone, on April 16 for $250.
Vodafone UK offers the Galaxy S4 for pre-order, with no upfront cost, starting with £42 per month on a two-year plan. he carriers customers get unlimited minutes and texts and 2GB of cellular data.
EE also lists the Galaxy S4 for pre-order. The company offers two options: the lowest upfront cost is £19.99 for £56 per month on a two-year plan, while the highest upfront cost is £269.99 for £31 per month. Both plans feature unlimited minutes and texts.
O2's customers have to pay £99.99 in upfront cost and £37 per month with a two-year contract. The plan includes unlimited minutes and texts and 2GB of cellular data.