AT&T and US Cellular Samsung Galaxy Tab prices announced

By on Nov 16, 2010 in Cellphone, Technology Comments

Samsung Galaxy Tab prices for AT&T and US Cellular have been announced finally, as Sprint, T-mobile, and Verizon have made their own announcement earlier.

And after Engadget have informally announced earlier, AT&T will sell the Samsung Galaxy Tab for or $649.99 without a contract, and will be available on November 21, 2010 at more than 2,200 AT&T company-owned stores and online.

According to Samsung News on Monday, AT&T will also offer two pay-as-you-go data plan options for the Galaxy Tab, a $14.99 with up to 250 MB of usage and a $25 with up to 2 GB of usage; both plans have no contract.

But if customers will use all the data included in their plan before 30 days, they can purchase another pay-as-you go plan.

Meanwhile, PC Mag also said on Monday that Samsung Galaxy Tab prices for US Cellular will have the same price as Sprint‘s, Verizon‘s, and T-Mobile‘s versions, and will be available on November 19, 2010.

The four of them will have a price of $399 with a two-year contract or $599 with no contract. US Cellular however, offers two service plans, which are $14.99 and $54.99 for 200MB and 5GB, respectively, plus a Wi-Fi hotspot mode for the latter plan.



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