Back in February 2012, US Cellular kicked off its LTE network with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet when its 4G network went live. Now, the carrier has released another Galaxy tablet, this time offering the Note 10.1 for sale on its website. The device is sold along with a data plan that ranges from 2GB to 10GB per month, with the lowest price point coming in at $25.
The tablet runs Android Jelly Bean 4.1, and boasts a 1.4GHz quad-core proccesor and 16GB of internal storage. Around back, users will find a 5-megapixel camera, while there's a smaller 1.9-megapixel sensor on the front for video chats. The tablet is sold with an S-pen, and is loaded with Google Mobile Services and the newly released Photoshop Touch.
Three different data plans are available, one of which the customer must subscribe to to get the tablet. The cheapest plan is priced at $25 per month for 2GB of data. The next plan up is a slightly better deal at 5GB for $50 per month, while the last plan is the best deal at 10GB for $90 per month, saving a total of $10. The first plan also offers 100 reward points monthly, while the second offers 250 and the third offers 500.
The tablet is priced at $499.99 USD, a hefty price tag for something that you can nab cheaper elsewhere. Without the $300 discount that is applied, the price jumps to $799.99. New customers will have to sign up for a 2-year contract when purchasing the tablet. If you're keen on grabbing an LTE Galaxy Note 10.1, this is your chance, but it doesn't come without a substantial price tag.