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Handtec lists Galaxy S III 32Gb & 64Gb at the incredible price of £0.00

 

Those lovely folks at HandTec have decided that they want to get in on the Galaxy S III action. Firstly they offering pre-orders on the 16GB variants for £499.97. That’s only 2p more expensive than Amazon and a heck of a lot better than Expansys abysmal offering (see related article). What’s even more intriguing is that they are listing the Galaxy S III 32GB and 64GB variants for £0.00. Unfortunately you cannot actually buy / preorder at that price – the pages are just placeholders for GS3 variants that have not yet been released. Vodafone’s got the exclusive in the UK on the 32GB for now and the 64GB will probably appear a little while after we see the 32GB’s full launch on all networks and on SIM-Free. We think you’re better off saving those pennies and  getting a 16GB model with a 32GB MicroSD at a fraction of the cost (click to see why). If you’re going down the MicroSD route don’t forget to check out Dom’s article on why MicroSD class matters (it’s here!).

 

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