"Samsung's Galaxy Tab is now selling from T-Mobile for a new low of $249
after a $50 rebate. The only catch? You'll still have to opt for a two-year
"The price of the Galaxy Tab through T-Mobile is a significant drop from the
$399 it originally cost when it made its debut in November. But the data
plan will still set subscribers back $24.99 a month for 200MB worth of
access and $39.99 for 5GB."
"Samsung's 7-inch Tab is being offered by all of the core U.S. carriers,
including T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and U.S. Cellular.
T-Mobile's current price is the lowest one yet. But other carriers of the
tablet have been testing the waters by dangling the Tab at lower prices and
a range of data plan charges."
"Verizon Wireless currently sells the tablet for $499.99, down from its
original price tag of $599.99. The least expensive data plan tacks on an
additional $20 per month for 1GB of data. However, customers can back out of
the data contract after the first month and use the Tab just as a Wi-Fi
"Coming close to T-Mobile's price, Sprint is selling the tablet for $299
with two available data plans--2GB for $29.99 and 5GB for $59.99. But like
T-Mobile, Sprint locks you into a two-year contract."
"AT&T is charging $549.99 for the Tab, down from the original price of
$649.99. Though that's a high price upfront, consumers aren't locked into
any contract and can pay for data only as they need it with the plans
providing 250MB for $14.99 a month or 2GB for $25 a month."
$549.99 for a Galaxy Tab with no contract. David Fritzinger's dream has