Samsung Galaxy Tab now available at T-mobile and Verizon, at Sprint on Nov 14, and at AT&T on Nov 21?

By on Nov 11, 2010 in Cellphone, Technology Comments

Updated November 16, 2010 4:26 a.m.

Read AT&T and US Cellular Samsung Galaxy Tab prices announced

Samsung Galaxy Tab is now available at T-mobile and Verizon, then to Sprint on November 14, while a leak is now circulating stating that the Galaxy Tablet may also be available at AT&T on November 21, 2010.

According to T-mobile on their website, the Samsung Galaxy Tab was made available yesterday, November 10, for $399.99 with a two-year contract, or for $599.99 without any contract whatsoever.

T-Mobile, being the first US carrier to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab, also offers customers a 5GB data plan for $39.99 a month, or a 200MB option for $24.99 per month, for those who chooses to take the two-year contract plan.

Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy Tab is also available at Verizon Wireless starting today November 11, as announced on their website, but with only one option, a no contract at all for $599.99.

Verizon said they will have a few options available with prices starting from $20 monthly for 1GB of data up to a monthly of $80 for 10GB of data.

And as earlier reported, Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available at Sprint on November 14 for $399.99 with a two-year contract.

Customers can either choose to pay $29.99 per month with a 2GB data plan or $59.99 per month for a 5GB data plan; both plans with unlimited messaging.

And about the leak mentioned earlier, a post at Engadget today shows an image that seems to be like an official AT&T training document.

Although Engadget stressed out this is not official, the image clearly shows that Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available at AT&T for $649.99 without a contract.

And just like for Apple iPad, it was said to be also featuring the same data plan options which are 250MB for $14.99 per month or 2GB for $25 per month.

Samsung Galaxy Tab has a 7-inch display, a front-facing camera that will give users the ability to do video chats, and 16GB of onboard memory. It also runs Android 2.2, just like the Apple iPad.

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