AT&T to sell Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with 4G starting November 9

November 5, 2012
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AT&T just announced that it is bringing the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 to its customers on November 9. AT&T will be selling the device $499.99. If you've been looking to grab the Android 4.0 tablet, now might be the perfect time. With AT&T, you will get the tablet with 4G LTE so you can use it wherever you go.


As part of the launch, AT&T is offering a special deal where if you pick up a Samsung Galaxy smart phone with a two-year agreement you will get $100 off the tablet. This allows you to get the tablet with 4G for around the same price as a Wi-Fi model. Of course this only applies if you are eligible to upgrade to a new device through AT&T or if you are opening a new account.

As the name implies, the tablet comes with a 10.1 inch touchscreen. It comes with android 4.0 installed. It comes with a 7000 mAh battery that should allow you to use the device for most of the day without it running dry. It also comes with a 1GHz dual-core processor for getting things done.

AT&T is not requiring a contract to get the tablet. In fact, according to an AT&T PR rep, you don't even need a data plan to use the device. That being said, you can grab the Wi-Fi only version of the tablet for much cheaper, so if you plan on getting it from AT&T, it makes sense to have a 4G plan on the device. There's no contract required and it can be added to an existing shared data plan through AT&T.


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  • Rudy Belova

    Now with LTE?

    Oh man, the At&t Overage Gremlin must be hungry again!