T-Mobile will be first to offer Samsung’s answer to the iPad—the Galaxy Tab—the carrier announced yesterday and today U.S. Cellular said it will offer the device in time for the holidays.
In case you are losing track of the unanimous carrier support for the Galaxy Tab—a 7-inch Android tablet—Verizon will offer it on November 11 followed by Sprint on November 14. AT&T also plans to support the device.
No pricing has been announced by U.S. Cellular but T-Mobile will offer it at $400 with a 2-year contract or $600 without a contract.
T-Mobile’s network will enable 4G speeds on the Galaxy Tab in some metro areas.
Source: T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular