O2 Germany has become one of the first carriers to announce a price for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The 7-inch Android 2.2 slate will be priced at €99 as part of the carrier's My Handy payment plan scheme, with 24 monthly payments of €27.50. That adds up to a total of €759 ($1,047) over the course of the contract.
It's not entirely clear, but it does seem that those prices don't actually include any sort of 3G mobile service, either for voice or data. Instead you'll have to sign up to some sort of monthly voice/data plan or slot in a pre-paid SIM.
According to the carrier's product page, the Galaxy Tab will launch in October 2010.