Three UK launches “Ultrafast” Samsung Galaxy S III

Three UK has started selling the LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy S III, branding it as an “Ultrafast” handset. What this means is it’ll run RIGHT NOW on Three’s existing and extremely swift DC-HSDPA 3G network, which offers download speeds well into double-digit Mbps numbers, plus it’ll be ready for use on the network’s future 4G masts whenever they appear for use.

There’s not a huge incentive to pick one up now, though, with this Galaxy S III appearing for “free” on monthly contracts starting at £34 a month


…although that does include the network’s popular “All You Can Eat” mobile data option. So if you get a good Three signal you’ll be in download speed heaven – and ready for 4G when it hits later this year. Check it out here.

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  1. mintvilla

     /  February 12, 2013

    this is just the same phone as the EE one for their 4G. Its just they cant call it the Samsung GS3 4g since three dont have 4gees yet

  2. Gary_C

     /  February 12, 2013

    I like the “Ultrafast Ready” logo. Might put that on the page somewhere.

  3. tafkawac

     /  February 13, 2013

    The Nexus 4 also supports DC-HS whatever. I wonder if it would be worth shifting my Nexus to 3?

    • Gary_C

       /  February 13, 2013

      I’ve seen some crazy speed results from Three users, so might be a good move if you get a decent signal in the places you hang out.

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