Sweden might offer Samsung Galaxy Tab for nothing

When you mention Sweden, what comes into your mind? Volvo (although the company is now owned by the Chinese) and Ikea should probably be two of the more common names that most people would mention. Well, perhaps you might want to add the Samsung Galaxy Tab to part of your thought process now since Swedish carrier Telenor decided to offer said tablet for free, as long as you shackle yourself to a 2-year contract. Of course, those who do not want to be tied down for two years will have to fork out $609 (after conversion to U.S. dollars) with half the amount of contract time. Of course, the “free” deal would mean you have to fork out $55 monthly for a data contract, which will ultimately bring the total cost of ownership to $1,320.

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