The Samsung Galaxy Tab has finally found its way to AT&T after the Android-powered tablet became available for big name rivals Sprint and Verizon earlier this month.
Versions of the Samsung tablet are also being sold by Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless.
Unlike Sprint and Verizon, AT&T is only offering the Galaxy Tab without a contract and with a hefty price tag of $649.99. Yes, this is a $50 increase over the Sprint and Verizon versions but AT&T is including a $50 credit for the Samsung Media Hub that can be used for things such as movie rentals.
AT&T says its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet computer will be available online and at 2200 AT&T Stores on Nov 21. At $649.99, AT&T’s version of the Google Android-based iPad competitor certainly won’t come cheap. AT&T will offer two pay as you go plans–$14.99 for 30 days and up to 250MB of storage or $25 for 30 days of up to 2GB. Those are the same prices iPad owners pay for AT&T’s pay as you go data plans.
Are you going to have one anyhow?