Samsung Galaxy Tab to Cost $400 at Sprint (with contract)

Sprint will be subsidising the Samsung Galaxy Tab when it launches on November 14. The price will drop $200 down to $400 when signing up for a two year contract. The downside is that it will cost you $30/month for 2GB and unlimited text messages. To get 5GB of data you need to double the cost to $60/month.

We can’t say we are too excited for the launch of the Galaxy Tab as it’s price higher than we originally thought. The contracts are not too cheap either which is another reason to rethink a few things.

Just for your information, Verizon is also selling the Galaxy Tab, but will not be offering any contracts with it. Instead, you’ll buy the tablet at full price and then you can opt in to pay $20/month for data on a rolling 30 day contract. The Verizon version launches on November 11 from what we understand.

Via: Gizmodo


  1. Cindy Auligny says

    Maybe, it’s a good news for those who really fall for Galaxy Tab. I’ll get it, but not now, for sure.

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