There are so many things about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab that makes the device attractive. The cost is definitely not one of them. While many of us looking for a word about the prices were taken aback with the high price point of the tablet not so long ago, it now looks like there is a lot of residual cost to go along with the initial cost of the device as well.
AndroidGuys is quoting an AT&T source to reveal a possible data pricing structure for non-contractual plans. These are for users who purchase the device at an unsubsidized cost and choose to go without a carrier contract. And by the looks of it, this is not something for everyone.
- $15/100mb for 1 day
- $30/300mb for 7 days
- $50/1gb for 30 days
One thing is quite certain. If the Samsung Galaxy Tab ever fails to live up to the hype, don’t blame the product. Instead blame it on the prices.