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Expansys offers Galaxy S III pre-orders for £519.99 – £20 more than Amazon

Expansys are now offering the SIM-free Galaxy S III for pre-order in pebble blue or white for £519.99. The website allows you to preorder the device to ensure you are one of the first lucky people to get hold of one of the hugely popular devices. You’ll be asked to confirm the order before they ship or charge your credit card which basically means that pre-ordering with Expansys is reserving your place in the queue for their stock. This is all fine and well but Amazon are offering pre-orders on both the white (click here) and pebble blue (click here) SIM-free devices for £499.99 – £20 cheaper than Expansys.

Despite Amazon’s pre-ordering pages being available on the internet first, Expansys have chosen to ignore their competitor’s price and try to get an extra twenty quid from your pockets. Do yourselves a favour – go and pre-order your favourite colour – white or pebble blue – at Amazon and save your pennies!

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