Samsung's high-profile new Android phone, the Galaxy S III, is ready to pre-order from several UK carriers. Vodafone, Three, and O2 have all started taking orders for the Galaxy S III, which will be available at the end of May. Vodafone is offering a bit of a deal to early adopters as well: the £41 monthly plan for the phone will include 2GB of data if you get it now, double the ordinary allotment. The 16GB version of the phone is free on Vodafone with plans starting at £41; you'll also get 100 free songs through Vodafone Music. On O2, you can pay £46 a month for a free phone and 1GB of data, and Three offers unlimited data and a free phone for £34 a month. All of the above require a two-year contract. Orange, which will also carry the Galaxy S III, says the phone is still "coming soon."