Verizon now offering Samsung Galaxy Tab for $299.99 with contract

Summary:Verizon Wireless is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab for a much lower price...with a two-year service agreement, of course.

Verizon Wireless is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab for a much lower price...with a two-year service agreement, of course.

The 7-inch Android tablet will only cost $299.99 with two years of monthly payments for 3G service. That pricing is on par with Sprint. However, you can still get the Galaxy Tab from T-Mobile with a service agreement for $249.99.

Verizon's unsubsidized price remains $499.99, which is better than AT&T's contract-free $549.99 price tag. However, just yesterday it was spotted that the unsubsidized Verizon version still requires at least a "minimum 1 month activation." One month of service might still be cheaper than AT&T's offer, but buying a tablet tangle- and hassle-free could be priceless.

[via MobileBurn]

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Topics: Samsung, Tablets, Verizon

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