Sprint is no longer the only carrier that is delaying their Samsung Galaxy S III launch. AT&T, in a statement provided to NJTechReviews, has said that their launch will be delayed as well. One thing to note is that, it is not the carriers fault, it appears that Samsung may have under estimated the popularity of the device. Customers who have pre-ordered the device from AT&T, should no expect their device to arrive no later than the 25th of June. They were originally supposed to be delivered by the 21st of June. They are estimating that future pre-orders should arrive within 10 business days, depending on the amount of devices available. Customers who have pre-ordered will receive both an email and SMS notifying them of this change and future changes. This is something that Sprint should be doing as well, instead of making the customer go gather the info for themselves. You can see the full statement from AT&T below and we will continue to update you on this situation.
Manufacturer supply constraints of the 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy S III have caused a delay to expected pre-order shipments. Customers who were previously quoted a delivery date of June 21st should now expect their device to arrive no later than Monday, June 25th. We currently estimate future pre-orders to arrive within 10 business days based on available supply. Impacted customers will receive both an SMS and email notifying them of this change.