Following in the footsteps of Sprint, AT&T is now getting ready to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, complete with 4G LTE support. The tablet will be out on November 9.
The price has been set at $499.99, and you won’t need to sign a long-term contract to get it for that much. AT&T even has a ‘holiday season’ special offer that gives you up to $100 off the tablet’s price if you get any Samsung Galaxy smartphone with a two-year contract.
You can use the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with AT&T’s Mobile Share plans, which let you share a single bucket of data across smartphones, tablets, and other compatible devices. You can connect the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 at prices starting at $10 per month.
Also on November 9, AT&T will launch the Samsung ATIV Smart PC, which is an 11.6-inch tablet that runs Windows 8 (the ‘full’ version, not RT) and will set you back $799.99.
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