Sprint To Drop Price Of Samsung Galaxy Tab To $200
According to a report from Engadget, Sprint is gearing up to take a huge chunk off the price of their Android 2.2-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Evidence suggests that Sprint will be chopping the price down to a measly $199.99 with a new two-year contract, a full $100 off the current asking price of $299.99. The price drop will apparently take place this Sunday, April 3rd.
This news comes on the heels of CTIA, where Samsung introduced not one, but two new Galaxy-branded tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Sprint itself also announced the HTC EVO View 4G, a WiMax version of the HTC Flyer which will be out sometime this summer.
If that’s too long of a wait, Sprint’s price drop makes their version of the Galaxy Tab one of the most affordable and thus, one of the most attractive 3G tablets on the market.
Sprint’s HTC EVO View 4G
John in Norway
04/01/2011 at 9:16 am
I’ve bought a Galaxy Tab here in Norway. Telenor have a special offer, 990kroner ($179) for the Tab plus 1 year contract, voice and data for 249kr/month ($45) (first 2 months free) – free data usage (throttled after 6GB/month) between 5pm and 7am, at weekends and public holidays. Plus when my gadget arrives I get a coupon to choose one official accessory for free – I’m getting the keyboard dock, if they have any. I’m going to see if this will be better for me than my Desire z which is great but the screen is too small.
Olajide Paul Taiwo
11/07/2011 at 6:09 pm
Hello how much is Samsung galaxy Tab.