Not long announced at an event prior to this year's IFA show, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will soon be on the shelves in the UK. With that in mind, the networks are already battling for your business.We would expect all the networks in the UK to be carrying the Note 3 when it lands on 25 September. Whether we get all three colours (Jet Black, Classic White or Blush Pink) isn't clear, but we will get at least one in a choice of 32GB or 64GB for storage. If you want to be one of the first, both EE and Orange have their deals available for you to peruse.If you want to go down the 4G route, you'll be looking at EE for your on your Note 3. You will also be looking at paying £150 on a £41 a month plan (for 24 months) from EE. That deals gives you unlimited calls to UK numbers, and 2GB of data a month. Other deals are available too, but if you want that one, you can pre-order now.Alternatively, if you live somewhere that 4G has yet to reach (or simply don't see it as good value), there is a cheaper 3G option. That means paying out £120 on a £41 a month contract for 24 months. Sister company T-Mobile will also stock it, bi a little pricier at £140 and a £42 a month contract. Three has confirmed that it will stock the phone, but has yet to price up, while Vodafone and O2 are certain to offer it too. They just haven't got round to telling us their prices as yet, 4G or not.Also worth noting that if you pre-order the Note 3 from Phones4U, you get the pick of your network and a free case worth £40, along with £100 off a Galaxy Gear smartwatch. We don't know how much the watch will be yet - but with that kind of discount, we're not expecting cheap.If you want to know more about the Galaxy Note 3 and its 5.7-inch super AMOLED screen, 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 13-megapixel camera with auto focus, Smart Stabilisation technology and an LED flash, you can get all the details here. Look out for our hands-on very soon too.