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Despite several sources are saying Bell, Rogers, Telus, Wind Mobile,Mobilicity and regional carriers SaskTel and Videotron have also signed on, for the Samsung Galaxy S3, the unique Press Release at this time is just for Telus, at this time, as you can read below. However more official announcements might come in the next weeks for the above carriers. For Telus you can visit the site telusmobility.com for more information.
TELUS and Samsung Mobile Canada Announce the Availability of the Samsung Galaxy S III™
Galaxy S III reveals a new concept of smartphone to provide users with the most natural and human-centric mobile experience
TORONTO, May 7, 2012 /CNW/ - TELUS and Samsung Canada today announced that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be arriving on TELUS' 4G LTE network in time for the summer. With intuitive design and features, the Galaxy S III introduces a new concept in mobile usability - allowing users to communicate and share their experiences naturally and instantly.
The Galaxy S III combines innovative smartphone design and heightened intelligence to make everyday life easier. With enhanced interaction between device and user, the Galaxy S III allows users to share and experience smartphone benefits with family and friends, regardless of location. The Galaxy S III also sports a range of additional features that boost performance and the overall user experience in an entirely new way.
"Our customers have told us they love the Samsung Galaxy family and we are thrilled to bring the latest in the Galaxy line-up to TELUS, Canada's Galaxy Headquarters," said Brent Johnston, TELUS vice-president of mobility solutions. "We are committed to exceptional customer experiences and the new Samsung Galaxy S III not only brings to our customers an exceptional on-device experience but also access to TELUS' Clear and Simple initiatives such as flexible rate plans, data notifications and our new trade-in program that allows customers to upgrade to the latest and greatest devices like the Galaxy S III more easily and more often."
"Samsung is dedicated to taking a leadership position in the smartphone space and that is why we are thrilled to work with TELUS to bring the Samsung Galaxy S III to Canadians," said Paul Brannen, Vice President, Mobile Communications at Samsung Canada. "With its intuitive design and features, the Galaxy S III introduces a whole new concept in smartphone user experience through gesture-based communication - allowing users to communicate and share their experiences naturally and easily."
Model specifications, pricing and availability will be announced in the coming weeks.
For more information on the Galaxy S III, please visit telusmobility.com or www.samsung.com.