The Samsung Galaxy Tab has already launched on T-Mobile and Verizon in the United States and it is just a matter of time before it launches on AT&T as well. According to leaked reports, this is expected to happen in less than ten days from now – on November 21. The report however makes an interesting revelation that the Galaxy Tab could actually be priced higher than the entry-level iPad.
If you are an AT&T user looking to purchase a Galaxy Tab, you may have to shell out $649.99 for a contract-free subscription. Buying a device at this price will also mean you will have to spend close to $14.99 per month for a 250MB data connection or $25 for a 2GB connection. There is no word on whether there will be a subsidized offering with contracts. Nevertheless, the Galaxy Tab is priced $20 more than the entry level 3G-enabled iPad and that could make this a deal breaker for many.