T-Mobile Galaxy Tab Coming a Day Early, Costs the Same

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Verizon and Sprint may have beat T-Mobile with the announcements, but T-Mobile will be the first to offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab.Samsung Galaxy Tab

T-Mobile customers can snag the Android tablet beginning November 10, one full day ahead of Verizon and four ahead of Sprint.

The T-Mobile Galaxy Tab price remains steady however, costing $400 with a two-year data plan, the same as Sprint. T-Mobile did not announce plan pricing, but the carrier currently offers an unlimited Web and e-mail plan for $50 per month with a two-year agreement and subsidized device. The same plan is $40 per on a month-to-month plan and no device discount.

The Sprint two-year plan costs $30 per month for 2GB of data and $6o for 5GB. Both plans include unlimited texting. The Verizon plan is month-to-month and costs $20 for 1GB of data. However, Verizon is charging $600 for the Galaxy Tab and not offering a subsidized price.



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