If you are a subscriber to Sprint’s network and are on the lookout for a spanking new tablet, then here’s news for you – Sprint will be making available their very first 4G LTE tablet to the masses this coming November 11th, where you will have to fork out $549.99 for this bad boy. Depending on your budget, you are able to activate the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with one of the new, aggressively priced month-to-month tablet rate plans, where 300MB of 3G/4G LTE data will cost you $14.99, while folks who figure out that 300MB is pittance might want to settle for a more comfortable 3GB data at $34.99 per month. Heck, if you think that this amount is still not enough, you can always double the bandwidth for $49.99 monthly, and go all the way with 12GB of data for $79.99 each month. Sprint claims that their new data plans deliver 20% more data, dollar-for-dollar, compared to what AT&T delivers. Does this mean you will be casting your sights on the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 from Sprint from the beginning of November onwards?
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