T-Mobile to price Samsung Galaxy Tab at $399 after rebate, with a 2 year contract

T-Mobile to price Samsung Galaxy Tab at $399 after rebate, with a 2 year contract
Even  though this leaked information is based on a document sent to T-Mobile's retail partners, there would be no reason to expect the corporate stores to have a different price on the Samsung Galaxy Tab when the device is released. According to the document, the 7 inch Android 2.2 equipped pad will cost you $399 after a $50 mail-in-rebate and your John Hancock on a 2 year contract. Off contract, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will set you back $649.99.
 
While most top of the line smartphones have been priced at the magical $199 price after rebate and a signed 2 year contract, it should be interesting to see if the upcoming group of tablets takes its cues from Sprint and T-Mobile's pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Tab.

As far as this specific device is concerned, T-Mobile's contract price matches the price tag that Sprint will put on its subsidized version of the Galaxy Tab, as we recently reported.

Samsung Galaxy Tab T-Mobile Specifications | Preview (EU version)

source: TmoNews





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  • Camera 3 MP / 1.3 MP front
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  • Storage 16 GB
  • Battery 4000 mAh

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7 Comments

1. cj100570

Posts: 204; Member since: May 12, 2009

I was very excited about this when Samsung announced it but not anymore. There's no reason for this thing to require a contract since they've removed phone functionality in the US version. Samsung should sell this through big box stores sans contract. They would sell so many more that way.

2. cj100570

Posts: 204; Member since: May 12, 2009

I was very excited about this when Samsung announced it but not anymore. There's no reason for this thing to require a contract since they've removed phone functionality in the US version. Samsung should sell this through big box stores sans contract. They would sell so many more that way.

3. cj100570

Posts: 204; Member since: May 12, 2009

I was very excited about this when Samsung announced it but not anymore. There's no reason for this thing to require a contract since they've removed phone functionality in the US version. Samsung should sell this through big box stores sans contract. They would sell so many more that way.

4. ecml

Posts: 129; Member since: Mar 23, 2010

you had to post this 3 times lol.

5. CUGamer unregistered

I was very excited about this comment but not anymore. There's no reason for the comment system to replicate a single comment since I got all I needed from the first one in the US. Phone Arena should only allow a comment to be posted once sans repitition. There would be so many fewer this way.

7. XxVerbalxX unregistered

*chuckle* awesome

6. T unregistered

FAIL~ More expensive than the iPad and with 2-yr Contract No more love for this. $299 off contract would most likely get some love, but not this $399 2-yr or $649... lol Those idiotic US carriers are on crack for sure.

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