O2 Germany is planning to sell the Tab for €759 ($1,047) and for right now, looks to be fetched through their My Handy payment plan which essentially cuts up the price of the Tab over the course of a 24 month period – and that doesn't include service. Initially, they require a €99 deposit which would then tie customers into 24 monthly payments of €27.50 each.
It's almost unfathomable to even think that this thing will be priced higher than the Apple iPad, so it's hard to say if Samsung has any control at this point with pricing. Now that we're getting a small taste of what to expect, it'll be interesting to see if other mobile carriers around the world adopt a similar pricing for their specific version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. So now that O2 Germany spilled the beans regarding it, does it make you want to buy one still?
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source: O2 Germany via SlashGear