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Sprint Reveals Galaxy Tab Pricing, Availability

Samsung has a hot device on its hands in the forthcoming Galaxy Tab tablet PC. Verizon Wireless plans to begin selling the device Nov. 11, and now Sprint has announced its own launch date of Nov. 14.

Samsung isn't just lining up the four major carriers for the device, which industry observers say could be a credible challenger to Apple's iPad. It's also apparently planning to distribute the Galaxy Tab through consumer-electronics retailer Best Buy. Enterprise Mobile Today has the story.


Sprint has come forward as the latest carrier to detail pricing and availability for the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Tab, a tablet computer that some analysts and observers see as one of the more credible competitors to Apple's iPad.

On Monday, Sprint said that it would begin shipping the Android-powered device Nov. 14, for $399 and a choice of a 2 GB data plan for $29.99 a month or a 5 GB plan for $59.99 a month.

Read the full story at Enterprise Mobile Today:
Samsung Galaxy Tab to Debut on Sprint Nov. 14