Samsung Galaxy Tab lands at Verizon
Tablet device, available now at Verizon for $599.99, comes with the ability to access Verizon's 3G network. Plans start at $20 per month for 1GB of data.
Hot on the heels of, Verizon is now offering Samsung's Galaxy Tab to customers.
Verizon's offering is somewhat different from that of T-Mobile's. Verizon is selling the tablet device for $599.99, regardless of whether the customer opts for a two-year contract or a month-to-month arrangement. T-Mobile, on the other hand, is selling the Galaxy Tab for $599.99 with no contract or for $399.99 with a two-year commitment.
Verizon is offering more data plans than T-Mobile. The carrier said customers can choose a 1GB option for $20 per month, 3GB of data for $35 a month, 5GB for $50 per month, or a whopping 10GB for $80 each month. T-Mobile is selling a 5GB data plan for $39.99 a month and a 200MB option for $24.99 per month.
Other than that, Verizon's Galaxy Tab is, well, Android 2.2. The device also includes , enabling users to drag their finger around keys to type out a message.. It comes with a 7-inch display, a front-facing camera for video chatting, and Google's
With Verizon becoming the U.S. second carrier to deliver the Galaxy Tab, it's Sprint's turn next. The company is expected to start selling the device on November 14 for $399.99 with a two-year contract.