Mobile phone network Vodafone has announced its tariff details for the Samsung Android tablet, along with the cost of the Tab at £499.
Vodafone was the first network to announce they will be carrying the Samsung Galaxy Tab, in which they did from the device's launched event at Berlin's IFA consumer electronics show in September this year.
Vodafone's Galaxy Tab arrives on monthly tariffs that range from £3, with £2 a day for a 500MB data allowance. This escalates to £10 a month, which is accompanied by 1GB of internet usage, this in turn increases to a £15 a month tariff for 3GB which culminates on 5GB for £25.
Calls made from the Galaxy Tab will be charged at Vodafone's standard call rates, which have the regular fees attached of their pay as you go service.
Samsung‘s Galaxy Tab is a 7-inch TFT LCD touch screen display, running the latest version of Google's mobile OS with the Samsung TouchWIZ UI. The device is powered by the Cortex A8 1GHz application processor, with front and rear facing cameras, 3G HSPA connectivity, along with 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0.
Vodafone's offering of the Samsung Galaxy Tab appears to be the lowest costing version at this stage, where Amazon is selling the Android tablet for £668.19 with an RRP of £799.99.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com