Apparently not at all influenced by Samsung’s legal troubles in other European countries, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has become available at Vodafone in the UK. This is Samsung’s newer, slimmer 10.1 model, and not the 10.1v that was first announced in February, which Vodafone decided not to sell after all.
The Android-powered tablet can be yours for £229 if you agree to a £27 per month 24-month contract. For that cash, you’ll get 2 GB of data, and 1 GB of BT Openzone Wi-Fi. If you go over your 2 GB monthly allotment, you’ll be charged £15 per 1 GB.
You can also get the exact same deal for just £15 per month (and with a 30-day contract), but in that case you’ll have to shell out £499 for the tablet upfront. Finally, the third option requires you to pay the same £499 upfront, but offers 500 MB of data for just £7.5 per month. This is also a 30-day subscription, and each subsequent 500 MB you use over your initial 500 MB will cost you £7.5.
So if you’re interested in picking up a (semi-)subsidized Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from Vodafone, this is the link to click. It will take you to Vodafone’s store, where you can pick and choose which plan suits your needs best.
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