Verizon to Begin Selling Samsung Galaxy Tab on November 11th

25 10 2010

Verizon Wireless has proclaimed today that the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab would be on hand for $600 starting on November 11th. This device will be sold for its full retail price, without any data plan requirements. This tablet will be available on November 11th.

Verizon has proclaimed a $20 month-to-month data plan for Galaxy Tab. It will provide the user up to 1 GB of mobile data on Verizon’s CDMA network. Verizon is offering some unique services bundled into the package, although you won’t be able to make any kind of voice-calls with the new Galaxy Tab. These services are not limited and are:

  • VZ Navigator
  • Slacker Radio
  • V-CAST Music and V-CAST Song ID
  • Kindle for Android
  • Blockbuster on Demand
  • Popular game named “Let’s Golf”

Along with all these facilities, users will also be able to send and receive text, picture and video messaging that is a big plus over the iPad.

One thing is sure. The Galaxy Tab is the first really feasible option to the iPad, and it will show us if the public is willing to buy tablets in general like they do cell phones, or if they are only interested in Apple’s, as happened with its dominant iPad market. We’ll see soon enough in this matter.




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