Cricket Wireless launching Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tomorrow

Cricket Wireless launching Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tomorrow

Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1Cricket Wireless isn’t one of the major mobile phone networks in the USA, but they do offer a number of Android powered devices sans contract and at a reasonable price. They just announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 which was launched by Samsung a few months ago. While it’s already available in the USA via different carriers and retailers, Cricket Wireless will be launching it tomorrow for $499.99 without any contract. If you are interested in something more, you can purchase the tablet for $594.99 which will include Crickets Crosswave mobile Hotspots.

If you are out there looking for a Galaxy Tab without a contract at a decent price, then Cricket is for sure something to look at. As their network coverage is not all over the US, if you are a traveler, this tablet is probably not suitable for you. Anyway, who’s planning to get one from Cricket tomorrow? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: AndroidSPIN

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  1. SmartOverseasBuy
    December 16, 06:19 Reply

    It is ok,but I think the price is a little expensive for just a tablet.

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