US Cellular announces Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing details & release date

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US Cellular has become the latest to announce their pricing and release date for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Of course, this news follows the major US mobile carriers to include T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and AT&T. With that, US Cellular will be launching the Galaxy Tab on November 19th at which time it will sell for $399. Keep in mind, that price comes after a $100 mail-in-rebate and along with a two year agreement. Otherwise, this now makes five places that US customers can purchase the Galaxy Tab tablet. In terms of data plans, US Cellular is offering two. The first plan includes 200MB of data per month and is priced at $14.99 and the second is $54.99 per month and includes 5GB of data. In addition, those customers who opt for the 5GB plan will be able to benefit from “The Belief Project” which allows US Cellular customers to get upgrades for new devices as early as 18 months.

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