Continuing with the Galaxy Tab’s expansion story in Asia, Samsung has announced it will be Taiwan to have the Android 2.2 tablet next. Galaxy Tab will go on sale in Taiwan from the mid November and is partnering Chunghwa Telecom for the initial launch though other domestic telecom operators like Taiwan Mobile Co. or Far East Tone Telecommunications Co. too are expected to the join the party later in the month.
However, what’s missing is the price details of the tablet.
“The Australian” app free for Galaxy Tab in Australia
Meanwhile, in a related development, Galaxy Tab users in Australia will get to have the app “The Australian” free and pre-loaded right out of the box. However, the free bit will last only for the first two months after which, users will revert to a subscription only service with charges varying from $8.99 a month to $36.99 for a six-month subscription period.
The app will be free on the Galaxy Tab for two months in deals struck with most mobile carriers. After that, users will be able to subscribe to get the app for $8.99 a month, or a six-month subscription for $36.99.
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