O2 Germany list Samsung Galaxy Tab for €759

Oct 5, 2010

Samsung has been pretty coy with official pricing for the Galaxy Tab so far, but O2 Germany has become one of the first carriers to spill the beans on a solid figure.  The carrier is offering the 7-inch Android slate through their My Handy payment plan, a way to spread the cost of the device over - in this case - a 24-month period without actually getting a network subsidy.  Unfortunately, early fears were correct: O2 Germany are asking for €759 ($1,047) overall for the Galaxy Tab.

The carrier is asking for an initial €99 deposit, after which you're tied into 24 monthly payments of €27.50 each.  It's worth noting that those figures don't actually include any wireless service, so if you want to take advantage of the Galaxy Tab's 3G/UMTS voice or data abilities you'll have to either sign up to a separate plan or slot in a pre-paid SIM.  O2 Germany reckon the Galaxy Tab will arrive later this month.

[via Android Community]

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