Where is My Galaxy S III Forum?
We’ve been back and forth on how to best split Galaxy S III forums for USA variants. Our goal is to best organize posts and make it easier for mods to do their magic. Effective now, all the four major carrier variants for the Galaxy S III will get their own section. The previous combined (mega) section will be closed as we migrate posts from the existing sub forums to the new forums. More simply, below are the new Galaxy S III forums. Please update your bookmarks. Sorry for any confusion this might have caused!
AT&T, Rogers, Bell, Telus Samsung Galaxy S III
T-Mobile, Wind, Mobilicity, Videotron Samsung Galaxy S III
Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III
And of course, the existing International Samsung Galaxy S III I9300
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