AT&T Training on Galaxy Tab, a La Cart Pricing Revealed
We got a tip earlier this morning from an A&T source of ours who tells us that the carrier has been conducting training for the Galaxy Tab. According to them, they company aims to be first out of the gate with pricing and availability. We’re also hearing some preliminary pricing on the a la cart data pricing. We’ll go ahead and say it – they flat out stink.
Would you consider any of these?
- $15/100mb for 1 day
- $30/300mb for 7 days
- $50/1gb for 30 days
I don’t know about you guys, but I seriously hope these aren’t final. Otherwise, we’ll likely be looking elsewhere for our a la cart plans. The idea of a contract for a tablet simply doesn’t appeal to me.
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