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Sprint lowers Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing, now down to $199.99 on a two year agreement

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Sprint lowers Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing, now down to $199.99 on a two year agreement

As was rumored last week, Sprint has officially lowered the pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Android 2.2 running tablet has been lowered to $199.99, which comes along with a two-year agreement. Otherwise, a relatively low price for a relatively popular tablet. That said, the Samsung Galaxy Tab features a 7 inch display, 1GHz processor, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headphone jack and a microSD card slot as well as a front and rear facing camera. With that, my only surprise in this price cut is that T-Mobile was not the first to get to the $199.99 price point for the Galaxy Tab. Of course, they are not that far off at $249.99.

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  • liaqat

    to be honest i saw this coming. if one is getting million times better tablet in Apple iPad 2 for just around 300$ on 2 year agreement than why would anyone buy galaxy tab? huh!

    i hope people will buy this because of less price