Verizon has begun selling the Samsung Galaxy S III at its stores now, joining its top three U.S. competitors, but at the same time, Amazon has begun offering the phone discounted $50.
The flagship Samsung phone is available from the carrier in both its $199.99 16 GB version and for $249.99 in a 32 GB version with a two-year contract. Customers who pre-ordered the phone, though, have already been receiving it throughout the week, according to a report.
While the best way to get a phone from Verizon now is to go to one of its stores, you can also continue to buy it online. However, it probably won't get to you until at least Monday.
But while the phone has finally gotten to Verizon, you can get it for $50 less on Amazon. The online retailer is selling discounted versions of the 16 GB phone that work with Verizon, Sprint and AT&T. While this is excellent for Sprint and AT&T customers, Verizon customers will have to wait one or two weeks for the phone to arrive as it is back ordered at this moment.