Dublin, 31st May 2012 – Three, Ireland’s largest high speed network, expects sales of the new Samsung Galaxy S III to be galactic after revealing that they will be the only mobile operator in Ireland to offer customers the much anticipated device for free.
Three, who began taking pre-orders for Samsung’s latest smartphone on 18th May, are offering the Samsung Galaxy S III FREE on all its Flex Max 24 month plans*.
This market-leading offer from Three delivers unbeatable value when combined with the recently-introduced ‘All You Can Eat’ data on all its Smartphone plans, allowing customers to surf for free – however much data customers use, there are no additional charges with Three.
Three’s ‘All You Can Eat’ proposition will enable customers to maximise some of the impressive features of the Samsung Galaxy S III like the large high-quality HD screen, music hub, video hub, game hub, premium SMS and S Voice, without the worry of “data bill shock”. Three’s AYCE data offering will prove very useful from July 27th onwards when anyone who downloads the Eurosport application will be able to watch the Olympic Games for free!
Commenting on Three’s decision to be the only operator to offer the Samsung Galaxy S III for free, Sales and Marketing Director, Elaine Carey at Three, said:
“No other network can beat Three’s new free Samsung Galaxy S III offer. At just a little over 40 euros per month on our 24 month Flex Max plans customers are not only joining Ireland’s largest high speed network, but they are also getting Three’s exclusive ‘All You Can Eat’ data plans too. Three’s new Samsung Galaxy S III offer is for this reason guaranteed to be a galactic user experience.”
The new Samsung Galaxy S III will be available in white on Three.ie and in all Three Stores from Friday 1st June while ‘Pebble blue’ will be available at a later date.
Three’s Free device offer applies to all new and upgrading customers signing up to the Samsung Galaxy SIII on the Classic Flex Max 24month plan.
For further information visit www.three.ie
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