Samsung had announced during the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas earlier this month that a Wi-Fi only variant of the Galaxy Tab shall be launched shortly. In addition to this, we have also heard recently that a 4G-variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab should be launching in the next few weeks. Perhaps in a bid to deplete existing inventory before these new product launches, Sprint has announced a massive price cut on their existing Galaxy Tab line that could help the carrier sell their stocks soon.
Starting now, the Samsung Galaxy Tab on Sprint will be available at just $299 with a two year contract. If you are one of those looking to buy the device without a contract, you can do so at a price of $499. Interestingly, that is the price of ‘subsidized‘ Galaxy Tab at many other channels, including those at Verizon. Of course, you can wait and buy a more updated new hardware at a higher price. But if the entry level Galaxy Tab is something you are happy with, this discounted price should be ideal.