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AT&T's Galaxy Tab Will Be The Priciest

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Nov 15, 2010, 1:07 PM   by Philip Berne

Samsung and AT&T today announced pricing and availability details for AT&T's Galaxy Tab Android tablet. The 7-inch tablet will go on sale on November 21, and it will cost $650 with no contract requirement. That's at least $50 more than the same tablet sold by the other major carriers. AT&T will offer two data plan options. First will be a $15 plan with 250MB of data, and the second will be a $25 plan with 2GB of data. For a limited time, buyers will get a $50 credit towards movie rentals on the Samsung Media Hub.




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Nov 15, 2010, 1:15 PM

250mb's/mo is the samething as !!nothing!!

Essentially AT&T is charging for something without providing a service.
ya plus its going to be overpriced.even on a no contracted plan you can get it for 599.99 with tmobile.

Nov 15, 2010, 10:48 PM

I wonder if?

If one took the micro sim card (activated of course) got one of those micro to regular sim adaptor cards and use it on the galaxy tab? Be nice to use it on both. Especially when you have a legacy all you can eat plan.
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