Telstra has finally revealed its Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing following Vodafone and Optus’ announcement a couple of weeks ago.
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|Telstra’s Galaxy Tab Pricing|
In an online blog posted by Richard Fink today, the company said that the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available to purchase on three 24-month Telstra Data+ Cap Plans.
The company is offering the Galaxy Tab for $25 a month (24 month) on its Telstra Data+ Cap $29 Cap and includes 1GB of data and $10 included call allowance for any standard calls and SMS to any Australian network. Telstra is also offering the Tab for $0 upfront on the $49 Telstra Data+ Cap Plan with a monthly repayment option of $25, after using your MRO Bonus, for 24 months. The $49 plan comes with 7GB of data to use in Australia and $10 standard national calls and SMS to any Australian network.
If you want to pay less than $25 a month for the Tab, Telstra also offers a $79 plan which offers 12GB of data, $10 call allowance and only requires a customer to pay $15 a month for 24 months.
As reported by Smarthouse a couple of weeks ago, Vodafone (read article here) is offering the Tab for $0 on its $79 Unlimited cap (24-months). It comes with unlimited standard national voice and video calls, standard, national, and international TXT sent to mobile numbers, as well as calls to customer care. Consumers would have to pay an additional $16 a month if they sign up for a $49 cap plan.
Optus offers the Galaxy Tab for $0 on its $59.95 cap plan (read article here) which includes $800 worth of data (about 10GB on-peak or 20GB off-peak), as well as unlimited access to popular social networking sites and webmail.