O2 Germany announced their Samsung Galaxy Tab price offer on their phone schemes. They are one of the first carriers to have broadcasted a price for the most anticipated tablet in the market. O2 is selling the 7-inch android 2.2 slate at €99 as part of their My Handy payment plan scheme, with a 24 monthly payments of €27.50. That sums up to a total of €759 ($1,047) over the course of the contract, seems pretty lavish.
It seems that above prices don’t include any sort of 3G mobile service, both voice and data. Instead consumers will have to sign up for some sort of monthly voice/data plan or slot in pre-paid SIM. It is still vague whether they will release another pricing with bundle packages. The Galaxy Tab will be available in October according to the carrier’s product page.
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