Orange has confirmed that it will be selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab from early November, 72 hours after we exclusively reported that it would do so and publishing details of its tariff.
A spokesperson for the company, which has merged with T-Mobile to form Everything Everywhere, told Techradar that they will indeed launch the Galaxy Tab in early november with more detais and pricing to be officially announced nearer to the date.
We already know that the Tab won't come cheap and won't come free.
It will be available either on the Panther or the Dolphin Package, meaning that punters may fork as little as £30 per month with a one-off cost of £150.
Carphone Warehouse, Phones4U, Tesco, O2, Vodafone, T-Mobile and 3 UK have already confirmed that they will be stocking the diminutive 7-inch Android-based tablet device from next month.
We can also reveal that Orange appears to have the cheapest Samsung Galaxy Tab monthly package on the market at least when compared to O2 and Vodafone.
Check our coverage of the Samsung Galaxy Tab here.