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AT&T brings the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab down to $99.99 on contract

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AT&T brings the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab down to $99.99 on contract
Looking to catch a break on the pricing of a tablet? AT&T is taking $300 (or 75%) off its two-year contract price for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The 7 inch tablet will be just $99.99 with a signed 2-year pact and a minimum monthly data plan of $35. If you are interested, you better hurry over to your local AT&T store because the deal ends Thursday.

Powered by a single-core 1GHz Hummingbird processor, you won't find any trace of a Super AMOLED screen here. The LCD display is offered with WSVGA resolution (600 x 1024). The tablet has 512MB of RAM and offers a 1.3MP "web cam". The Samsung Galaxy Tab is certainly not your high-end Android tablet and in fact, was launched with Android 2.2 aboard. Verizon's version of the phone was upgraded to Gingerbread, as we told you today, which means a similar update should be coming soon for the AT&T model.

source: AT&T

AT&T is offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab for $99.99 with a 2 year pact and a $35 monthly data plan

AT&T is offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab for $99.99 with a 2 year pact and a $35 monthly data plan


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posted on 02 Nov 2011, 23:39 1

1. vvelez5 (Posts: 623; Member since: 29 Jan 2011)


not bad

posted on 02 Nov 2011, 23:45 2

2. quakan (Posts: 1200; Member since: 02 Mar 2011)


shallow and pedantic (peter griffin voice)

posted on 03 Nov 2011, 00:03

3. threeline (Posts: 258; Member since: 11 Sep 2011)


Weak sauce.

posted on 03 Nov 2011, 01:07 1

4. TacoTrooper (Posts: 21; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)


every android tab should lower their price down some because... well the IPAD is just so much better

posted on 03 Nov 2011, 03:15

5. mctcm (Posts: 204; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)


android tablets definitely feel premature. they admittedly need work given their current state.

posted on 03 Nov 2011, 04:20

6. TacoTrooper (Posts: 21; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)


LOTS and LOTS more work

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