AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab Now Available for $649.99 Without Contract

November 22, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have good news for those of you who were waiting to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab from AT&T. It has been confirmed that the device has been made available on the carrier. AT&T is the fourth major US carrier to start the sales of the tablet. The device was released on Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon earlier this month.

AT&T has brought out the device without any contracts or agreements. Without a contract, the device bears the price-tag of $649.99 and that may seem to be unfavorable for many people who expected the device to hit the market at a lower rate with some kind of contracts.

It will be the most expensive model in its class. This 7-inch tablet costs a $30 more than the 16GB iPad WiFi + 3G from AT&T.

The users will have the freedom to use the Galaxy Tab with WiFi as there are no bundled agreements coming with the device. The data plans costs $14.99 for 250MB or $25 for 2GB.

The device has earned good reviews from the authorities that tested the device and AT&T hopes to excel in the markets with the sales of this device. The data plans that they have offered is the cheapest in the markets.

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