We have some exciting news for those of you wanting to get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, as Verizon have just reduced the price of their 7-inch tablets to $299 on a 2 year contract and $499 with no strings attached.
As Engadget reports, Verizon are keeping their consistency in reducing their tablets. This deals follows as they also reduce the price of the Motorola Xoom to just $599 on a 2 year contract. Both tablets now $200 cheaper than they were before. That being said, the Xoom will still cost $799 if you would like it contract free.
This price reduction puts Verizon competing level with Sprint who also price their Galaxy Tab at $299 and very close to AT&T’s 2 year contract deal for $249.99. However they still price the tablet at $549 no strings, $50 more than Verizon.
Cnet say in their article, if you are planning on switching from the Xoom to the Galaxy Tab you should take advantage of Verizon’s offer online or in store. You can read their full article where they have more details about what the Motorola Xoom has to offer for that price.
What do you think of this offer from Verizon? Is the reduction substantial enough to make you want to switch to Verizon? Let us know in the comments below.
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