Finally there's a carrier that has the LTE-flavored Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 model in stock and is ready to take the money of whoever wants to buy one. However, the carrier in question isn't one of the four big players on the U.S. market. Actually, the tablet is available from U.S. Cellular, paired with a data service plan.
Galaxy Note 10.1 from U.S. Cellular will cost you $499 and will require you to sign a 2-year contract. For $25 monthly you'll be given a 2GB 4G LTE data allowance, or in case that isn't enough, there are also 5GB and 10GB monthly data plans available for $50 and $90 respectively. Data used beyond these limits costs $10 per gig.Buying the Samsung
What you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is that it's one of the best tablets the company currently has to offer, although it is far from the best slates money can buy today. The device is powered by a quad-core Exynos processor paired with 2GB of RAM and has a 10.1 inch display with resolution of 1280 by 800 pixels. Something you won't get with other tablets is the S Pen, which is an advanced pressure-sensitive stylus that comes included in the set.
Anyone who is interested is free to visit the U.S. Cellular web page by following the source link below. For those who want one, but prefer a different carrier, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with LTE connectivity should arrive at Verizon in the coming days, and a variant for Sprint is expected to come as well.