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T-Mobile selling Galaxy Tab off-contract for $700?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 01 Nov 2010 1:11 User comments (4)

T-Mobile selling Galaxy Tab off-contract for $700? Amazon has been begun taking pre-orders for the T-Mobile model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, with a price tag of $700 with no contract.
That price makes it $100 more expensive than Verizon sells it for without contract.

With contract, the T-Mobile models sells for the same price as all rivals, $400.

Shipping date for the Galaxy Tab is November 9th from Amazon, with buyers getting it on the 10th.

Samsung's tablet runs on Android 2.2, has a 1GHz processor, a 7-inch multi-touch screen and dual cameras.

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4 user comments

11.11.2010 15:19

pretty sure with tmobile you get unlimited data and verizon you don't makes it worth the extra hundred to me



21.11.2010 16:12

I'm sure that tmobile will eliminate their unlimited data plans soon.



31.11.2010 16:19

I don't think they will, what they do know is give you unlimited but throttle it if you go beyond 5GB per month, I think that works for them and being the only company with unlimited data gives them a huge advantage IMO



41.11.2010 16:40

Originally posted by stuntman_:
I don't think they will, what they do know is give you unlimited but throttle it if you go beyond 5GB per month, I think that works for them and being the only company with unlimited data gives them a huge advantage IMO
Oh well doing it that way makes more sense then completely cutting off the unlimited data plan.

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