T-Mobile is now the first on the market in the U.S. with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The carrier is offering up two different options online: $399.99 with a two-year contract, and $599.99 with no annual contract. Regardless of the option you choose, there are two data plans to choose from: the $39.99 per month webConnect Overage Free Plan, which includes 5 GB of data per month, with unlimited T-Mobile HotSpot; or the webConnect 200MB Plan, with 200MB of data and unlimited T-Mobile Hotspot for $24.99 per month.
If you don't want to go with T-Mobile, tomorrow Verizon is expected to start offering up its Tab for $599 without a contract, and then Sprint will jump on the Tab bandwagon on November 14 with a $399.99 offering with a two-year contract.
All the deals above sound pretty decent, but I'm holding out for the rumored $499 Wi-Fi only device that BestBuy.com apparently leaked a little while ago. For that price point, it competes head-to-head with the iPad, and the only downside is that you have to bring your own network.
There's a lot to look forward to with the Tab. First off, native Flash support. Second, front and rear-facing cameras. Third, 7" instead of 10". Forth, Android OS. The list goes on and on. Are you going to get a Tab? If so, which one and why? If not, why not?