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This article was published on October 20, 2010

Samsung Galaxy Tab heads to o2 for November 1 launch

Samsung Galaxy Tab heads to o2 for November 1 launch
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When it comes to mobile operators, as soon as one company announces availability for a new smartphone or tablet device, the rest seem to roll in.

This is especially true of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, a device that Verizon today confirmed would be heading their way, with the UK-based Carphone Warehouse announcing pricing and tariffs a couple of days ago.

Today o2 announced that it would also be offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab to its customers, making it available on November 1. In true operator style, the company has declined to give any indication of how much the device will cost but it has noted that the device can be purchased on all of its mobile broadband tariffs as well as selected voice tariffs.

o2 has a dedicated page available for the Galaxy Tab, available here.

Stay tuned, we will update as soon as we know more.

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