Canada’s Videotron will offer the Samsung Galaxy S III for $99


Samsung has done a bang-up job getting carriers around the globe (and particularly in North America) to fall in line with a standard design and pricing model for the Samsung Galaxy S III. For the most part, you should be able to head into your local mobile retailer and drop down the same money for an identical device, regardless of network. In Canada, at least one carrier looks to buck this trend, if only for a limited time.

Quebec-based Videotron, a regional provider, will sell the Galaxy S III for $99.95. While a three-year contract obligation has a lot to do with this, it still comes in at about $60 cheaper than the phone will sell for on a similar contract term on other Canadian networks. Give or take a few bucks depending on the carrier, the new Galaxy flagship is priced at $159.99.

Videotron will begin pre-sales of the Galaxy S III tomorrow, June 13th. Even after the limited-time offer, the GS3 will retail for $149.99 on a three-year plan.

[via MobileSyrup]

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  1. they picked the worst picture for the s3… the macro always looks like the phone is shattered…

  2. Three year contracts?
    That’s horrible!

    1. The lack of real competition always shows in Canada

  3. Why do Canadians like 3 yr contracts? That is awwful. I want yearly contracts back. Phone are crap after 1 yr

  4. Verrry niCe!!!!!!!!

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