AT&T Charging $50 More for Galaxy Tab?

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AT&T has been strangely silent about its Galaxy Tab release date and pricing. We know it’s coming to the carrier, and T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and even U.S. Cellular have announced their Samsung Android tablet plans.

Now, an unofficially leaked screenshot from AT&T reveals the Galaxy Tab could be shipping on November 21st for the recommended price of $650, which is $50 more than the unsubsidized version offered by other carriers, and $20 more than the 16GB 3G iPad. Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular plan to also sell the Galaxy Tab for $400 with a two-year agreement.

AT&T may offer the same month-to-month data contract to Galaxy Tab owners it offers its iPad customers, $15 for 250MB of data per month, or $25 for 2GB. Verizon also has a month-to-month Galaxy Tab data plan, which costs $20 for 1GB of data, and Verizon tacks on a $35 activation fee.

Those itching for the Galaxy Tab don’t have to wait until November 21st, as the Froyo-sporting device is now on sale through Verizon and T-Mobile. It will be available through Sprint and U.S. Cellular in the coming days.

Source: Engadget



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