AT&T is launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 at the end of this week. This tablet will mark a reversal of course for the carrier, as it will be available at a subsidized price with a two-year service contract.
In addition, those who purchase the Galaxy Note 8.0 along with a Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, or Samsung Galaxy Note II and a two-year service plan can get the tablet for $200.
AT&T's version will be able to connect to its 4G LTE cellular-wireless network, giving users access to the Internet when on the go.
It will debut on Friday, June 21. A version without 4G LTE is already available.
To find out more about this tablet, please read our Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Review.
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