Samsung Galaxy Tab On Verizon – Data Price Plans & Launch Details

After network providers like Sprint and T-Mobile confirmed their plans to carry the new Samsung Galaxy Tab, Verizon has now announced its plans to offer data services to the Android tablet in the American market. According to a press statement released by the company, the Samsung Galaxy Tab shall be available on the Verizon network at a price of $599.99 that is without any contractual obligation or need to buy a data plan. That is, at $600 you can use your Galaxy Tab like it was a Wi-Fi only device. At an additional monthly cost of $20, you can buy 1GB of data to use the Tab while on the move or at places where you do not have a Wi-Fi connection.

Verizon is expected to bring the new Android 2.2 tablet to the market starting November 11. So that’s just over three weeks from now. You can check out the data plans from Sprint by clicking here.