Samsung offers Galaxy Tab to interested users for 2 days

Samsung offers Galaxy Tab to interested users for 2 days

Those who are mulling over whether to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Tab or not in the UK simply because of the rather high price point will have an alternative – the South Korean company is offering potential buyers in London to give it a go for 48 hours. With the Galaxy Tab being positioned as an on-the-go device, Samsung is working on Londoners using the tube first from October 18th till its launch on November 1st. Select users will be invited to ‘tube-test’ the Galaxy Tab for 2 days on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Interested? You can mail Samsung at galaxytab@tubetest.co.uk, and if you hate dealing with machines when it comes to service, just speak to Samsung personnel outside stations of Liverpool Street, Balham, Highbury & Islington or Ealing Broadway.

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