Galaxy Tab

Rogers No Contract Pricing for the Galaxy Tab Leaked

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is available in the US already on T-Mobile and Verizon, and soon AT&T and Sprint, but Canadians aren't so lucky- they haven't even got an official pricing of the famed 7-inch tablet. However, we may be getting a glimpse of what it could be priced at according to a leaked shot of a Rogers pricing chart.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Offered for Online Pre-Sale

Sprint Premier members have today received a lovely little message in their inbox, one that included a giant image of a Samsung Galaxy TAB staring back at them with a price tag of $399.99, free shipping, and pre-order goodness. This offer is limited to the next three days and is acutally $449.99 - $50 instant savings, plus requires a two-year agreement with new line activation. Data plans begin at $29.99 a month for 2GB.

Galaxy Tab coming to AT&T for $649 November 21st?

Joining both Verizon and T-Mobile, AT&T is now rumored to be set to launch the Galaxy Tab on their network November 21st. In a leaked training document it's not only revealed that the potential launch date is the 21st, but also gives us a price: $649.99 without contract.

Wall Street Journal comes to Android via Samsung Galaxy Tab

With the majority of the big news outlets already on the Android devices, but the Wall Street Journal happened to be missing from the group. Well it has now come to the Android platform in the form of the Galaxy Tab. Looks like they were waiting for a worthy device to carry their digital newspaper, and the Galaxy Tab has been given the honor of the app.

WiFi Only Galaxy Tab Delayed until after the holidays

We first heard about the WiFi only Galaxy Tab a few months back. Being the perfect option for many who do not want to be tied to a carrier and are willing to pay a higher price, it made many people excited. However, since then, things have changed a bit. It looks as if the rumors were true, the Galaxy Tab WiFi only will be delayed past this years holiday season.

Samsung Galaxy Tab for Verizon Won’t be Getting Skype 3G Calling

The surprise that the US-based versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet device won't feature 3G calling support has probably worn off by now, but there's still a few surprises in store for those who may have thought something would have changed by now. (Especially considering the international versions of the tablet feature the ability to do it.) But, it looks like there's not a chance that you'll even be making any 3G calls over Skype, as the feature has been denied.
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