T-Mobile USA first to sell Samsung tablet

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T-Mobile USA would be first to offer Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet computing device, and plans to subsidize the price for those who take a wireless contract. T-Mobile USA plans to sell the tablet for US$399.99 with a two-year contract. The device is scheduled to sell on Nov. 10, a day before Verizon Wireless, which is selling the Galaxy Tab at …

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Sprint to sell subsidized Samsung tablet

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Sprint Nextel Corp. is planning to sell Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s Galaxy Tab tablet computing device for a third less than Verizon Wireless. It will begin selling the Galaxy Tab on Nov. 14, three days after Verizon Wireless. Unlike its rival, Sprint will sell the device for US$399.99 in exchange for a two-year commitment to a data service plan. As …

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Samsung plans to launch tablet worldwide

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Samsung Electronics plans to sell Galaxy Tab in the United States, Japan, South Korea and Italy this year, aiming at Apple in the new but already packed segment. The tab will also compete with a lot of devices from Dell and HP. The analysis believes that Galaxy Tab is the most credible rival to Apple’s iPad. It is smaller than …

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Google Tablets may beat IPad in the coming years

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It is being claimed that Tablet computers running Google Inc.’s Android will take away all the Apple Inc’s iPad sales this holiday season and might exceed it in a few years as device makers adopt the software for a swing of models. According to the sources, Samsung Electronics Co. will show the newest Android-based tablet for the U.S. market at …

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