Verizon customers that want a high speed tablet have to look no further than the razor thin Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. This new model seems to be dropping by Verizon stores and also appears online July 28th 2011, using their LTE network.
Of course if you buy this new tablet and want to tap into the Verizon network you will have to buy a data plan. You are looking at $30 per month for a 2GB limit, $50 for 5GB, or $80 for 10GB.
Customers who want to reserve their new LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 inch tablet, can do so for $529.99 for the 16GB model and a $629.99 for the 32GB model. These two tablets will actually be the second most expensive tablets that the company offers. The only other one to cost more then this is the new Apple iPad 2 32 GB edition which will set you back $729.
If this new device tickles your fancy you can purchase it directly from Verizon HERE.
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