Sprint prices Galaxy Tab at $400, but users need a contract

10/26/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The · Reuters · Network World

Sprint Nextel will offer Galaxy Tab shoppers the option of buying the tablet for $400 with a two-year service contract that runs $30 a month for 2 gigabytes of data. When the carrier begins selling the device Nov. 14, three days after Verizon Wireless, it will also match Verizon's scheme of charging $600 without a signed service contract. Separately, Sprint said it might offer developers access to some user information if those users opt in to such a data-sharing program.

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