Samsung Galaxy Tab for Sprint is official at $400 on-contract starting November 14th

Samsung Galaxy Tab for Sprint is official at $400 on-contract starting November 14th
So here we are at the tail end of October as we get closer to the inevitable start of November and the beginning of the busy holiday season. Verizon might have been the first out of the gate to officially come out with pricing for its upcoming version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, but some are obviously taken by surprise with its $600 price.

However, it looks like Sprint is aiming to steal the thunder away from their competitor after they officially made an announcement today regarding their specific variant. Going for the 2-year contract price of $399.99, which is subsidized unlike Verizon's offering, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will start to go on sale a little bit later on November 14th. If you already plan on fetching one, just be aware that you'll have the option of siding with either a $30 per month plan which allots you 2GB of data or their $60 per month option that dishes up the normal 5GB cap.

As for those consumers who wish to be untethered from any agreements, Sprint will sell the Galaxy Tab for $600 without the worry of signing a lengthy contract. Although its subsidized pricing clearly helps it over the sole no-contract offering that Verizon is going with, it'll be interesting to see if it'll be able to attract consumers more than the competition. So if you're planning on getting one come launch, day, you can get yourself situated with a pre-order through Sprint which will require you to lay down $50 upfront.

source: Samsung via Phonescoop


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Galaxy Tab CDMA
  • Display 7.0 inches
    600 x 1024 pixels
  • Camera 3 MP (Single camera)
    1.3 MP front
  • Hardware Samsung Exynos 3, 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 2GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 4000 mAh
  • OS Android 2.2

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