Today the Samsung Galaxy Tab is officially launched across the UK. A few months ago we had a sneak peak at the device which you can check out here. We completely fell for device from its striking LCD display, built in camera, phone capabilities and the reader. Now with the device available in the UK, network providers have finally revealed their prices and we have gone through them all, in order to figure out who is offering the best value for money.
Three Mobile is offering the 1GHz, Android 2.2 powered tablet from as little as little as £99.99 to £349.99 depending on contract length and inclusive data. However, if you do pick up the device for £99.99, you will have to sign a 24 month contract and fork over £40 per month for 5GB.
Orange has followed Currys and Amazon in offering the Galaxy Tab for £529 on pay as you go. Orange’s pay monthly contracts start from a £5 per month 1 month rolling contract with the tablet priced £529. They also offer a 1 year, £15 per month contract which will get you 1GB of anytime data and 1GB of quiet time (12am – 4pm) with the tablet priced at £499.
Vodafone similarly will be offering the Galaxy for £499 on a series of rolling monthly contracts that range from £3 to £25. For £3 you can pay £2 for 500MB per day. Or alternatively £10 will get you 1GB monthly usage, £15 3GB and and £25 for 5GB.
O2 is offering the least competitive deal pricing the Galaxy at £599 on its Pay & Go plan. This will get you 2GB free data for your first month after that it will cost you £10 for 1GB + Unlimited Wi-Fi or £15 for 2GB + Unlimited Wi-Fi.
By LauraScott | November 1st, 2010