As reported from Phandroid, the pricing information has been obtained by a source over at Android Guys. They say that data prices for the Galaxy Tab will be split up into three categories: per day, per week or per month.
This is the part where you look away as AT&T are allegedly going to be charging $15 per day for 100MB of data usage. If you go over that amount, you’ll be charged another $15.
If you opt for a weekly package, then you’ll need to pay $30. This will get you 300MB of data and will be valid for a week only – it won’t roll onto the next week if you don’t use it.
Finally, we have the monthly option. For a whopping $50 per month, you’ll get 1GB of data for use over 30 days. If you plan to use the Galaxy Tab on the move everywhere and anywhere, you’ll probably be needing this data option.
At the moment, these prices are unconfirmed by AT&T, but at least they give you a prediction of things to come. Are the prices too high for you, or do you think they are reasonable?
Personally, $15 a day is too much in my opinion, as I think $10 would be a fairer amount for those who don’t need to use 100MB and just want to hop on and off to check emails.
What are your thoughts on these prices? You might be better off waiting for the BlackBerry Playbook.