T-Mobile USA has announced the confirmed launch date for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the much awaited Froyo-based tablet from Samsung. Major carriers Verizon and Sprint have already announced their release dates for the Galaxy Tab however T-Mobile rolls out the Galaxy Tab a day before Verizon and four full days before Sprint.

Jeremy Korst, the director of broadband products and services, T-Mobile USA said:

T-Mobile’s unique offerings on the Galaxy Tab paired with the power of T‑Mobile’s new network allow us to bring a truly differentiated portable entertainment offering to market.

So it means that T-Mobile customers will be able to buy the Samsung Galaxy Tab before Verizon or Sprint customers. Sweet. Let’s just hope AT&T doesn’t ruin this for T-Mobile. T-Mobile mentions its fast HSPA+ mobile broadband network which should work simultaneously with the Galaxy Tab’s 3G chip, hence providing super fast data transfer speeds to its customers.

The Galaxy Tab is due to launch on November 10 and will be priced at $400 with a two year data contract. There will also be a $35 activation fee and a $200 early cancellation fee.

Via T-Mobile



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