Samsung Galaxy Tab Price Change Coming January 26th

With the Dell Streak 7 and LG G-Slate already headed Magenta’s way, and the Galaxy Tab 2 already being teased by Samsung, T-Mobile has decided to give the current Galaxy Tab another price cut.  Beginning Wednesday, January 26th, the Galaxy Tab pricing will decrease to $249.99 (with a 2-year agreement) from the current $299.99 contract pricing. Good move,  Magenta! So anyone thinking about getting a Galaxy Tab now that Magenta has knocked another $50 bucks off?

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  • Trempbyu

    isn’t the current price $399.99 and not $299.99?

  • Trempbyu

    isn’t the current price $399.99 and not $299.99?

    • butnakedavenger

      Nope, $349.99 after a $50 MIR. The price dropped early last December. Maybe late November.

      • 4G_or_not_4G

        considering the dual core, with Honeycomb tablets are coming out…we care about this for what reason???

        • butnakedavenger

          from the average consumer’s standpoint… because if a person is ok with 3G and just wants a tablet but isn’t hardcore into tech then $250 is a solid option. From a salesperson’s point of view I care because payout is on rate plans, not devices. So I love that there are low cost options for a customer willing to spend $40 a month.

          Now from my standpoint as a consumer, and it sounds like you share this pov… dual core with honeybomb all the way. But you have to understand not everybody is like us. They don’t know A1 processors from Tegra 2s and so they’ll take the lowcost option.

          Then again, who cares about dual core when we may have quad cores as early as this fall? It’s all relative man. In a few months you’ll be saying who cares about the Streak’s price cut.

        • Adam535

          tegra 3 (quad core) is coming this fall

        • http://twitter.com/MuLtiPaSs78 HecktoR

          WoW – I think I finally agree with one of the early comments here. Who needs all these devices? And if you are getting it just to have it (like most of us techies) – how do these tablet makers expect to sell any of these at these ridiculous prices. I hate apple, but I see why no other tablet will beat them out. We have seen better phones and tablets running android that don’t come close to the IPooP series because of pricing. Done… Vented….

        • joeek

          android tablets JUST came out. just WAIT. wow

        • joeek

          android tablets JUST came out. just WAIT. wow

        • http://twitter.com/MuLtiPaSs78 HecktoR

          WoW – I think I finally agree with one of the early comments here. Who needs all these devices? And if you are getting it just to have it (like most of us techies) – how do these tablet makers expect to sell any of these at these ridiculous prices. I hate apple, but I see why no other tablet will beat them out. We have seen better phones and tablets running android that don’t come close to the IPooP series because of pricing. Done… Vented….

        • zps

          i can’t imagine who is signing a data contract for these.

        • Anonymous

          Thats what I’d love to know. At some point that whole situation has to fail and the manufacturers will start providing us with cheaper WiFi models.

  • Trempbyu

    isn’t the current price $399.99 and not $299.99?

  • Trempbyu

    isn’t the current price $399.99 and not $299.99?

  • butnakedavenger

    So the article is actually inaccurate too. T-Mobile is knocking off $100 to bring the price from $350 down to $250. A pretty heft slash to create a reasonable price difference between the Tab and the Streak (assuming the Streak will be in the $400 range).

  • Anonymous

    Nnnnnope. No chance.

  • Anonymous

    Nnnnnope. No chance.

  • Anonymous

    Nnnnnope. No chance.

  • http://www.facebook.com/harleyhong Harlimus Prime

    they should give me 250 bucks to take it. NEVER AGAIN SAMSUNG!!!

    • zps

      agreed. never again for me too.

    • zps

      agreed. never again for me too.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6BZWRJOKVCUIZWHMEWABAUBLHQ gfam

    LOL, even if it was FREE on a two year contract I would not bite. Question linger on the Tab’s promised 2.3 upgrade, and what’s more 3.0 in now here! When the Streak 7 and G Slate hit, T-Mobile’s surplus inventory of Galaxy Tab’s will make good warranty replacement parts, lol!

    • Jack

      TMobile doesn’t hold the warranty for the Tab

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

    Give me the WiFi only version for $349 and I’ll grab me one.

  • sinistersai4d

    I’m a Phanboy, and I wouldn’t buy this thing for 249 OFF contract. This tablet was premature and underpowered to start with. And my phone has a faster processor. Fail.

  • zps

    don’t waste your cash. the device is nearly unusable.

  • zps

    don’t waste your cash. the device is nearly unusable.

  • Anonymous

    Still no. I don’t want or need a contract. I want the wifi only version NOW! And even then is too late with honeycomb right around the corner. It’s sad because I’m on the market for a tablet and I am seriously underwhelmed by the android offerings. The tab almost had my money except its too expensive and comes with a contract. Boooooo. Just bought my wife an iPad and I’m sorry to say I’m probably going to do the same and sell it as soon as something good comes out for android with honeycomb sans a contract at a good price

    • joeek

      pay full retail then geez.

    • joeek

      pay full retail then geez.

  • TmoRep

    You will be surprised how many people will buy the tablet because it is at a lower price. I have people who get the 3G mobile broad band from me because the device is free over the 4G mobile broad band card. The difference is $50 at the end of the day and the rate plan is the same. The web experience on average is 3x slower on 3G. Lol. Im glad we are dropping the price to offer a low cost solution for customers. If you want better then you have an option called the Dell Streak 7 coming out on February 3rd. :)

  • jesus

    i played with one today . its ok but i didnt get too overwhelmed by it at a store

  • Mtnman

    Nope! Anything else ya need to know? lol

  • Mtnman

    Nope! Anything else ya need to know? lol

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  • Anonymous

    No.

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  • Mavricxx

    I would get it BUT at that price without contract. I don’t like getting suckered into a new contract then ALL my devices are renewed for another 2 yrs automatically!

    • Dbean28

      no its not only that line is extended… your whole plan will not be renewed unless you sign up for a promotion

      • Djchea28

        promotional plan

    • joeek

      what are u smoking? why whould a company sell ANY device lower than what they paid for it from manufacturer and not lock anyone into contract? Its stupid, and dont ever expect it from any company. If this was ever the case customers would buy devices, cancel after a day and make profit through ebay.

    • butnakedavenger

      mobile broadband goes on to a separate account for you, so the other devices don’t have their contracts renewed. and if it did go on to the same account as your other lines it wouldn’t renew your other contracts unless you opted for a new promotional plan. no suckering involved.

  • Mavricxx

    I would get it BUT at that price without contract. I don’t like getting suckered into a new contract then ALL my devices are renewed for another 2 yrs automatically!

  • ob18

    if they didn’t want to nail me for an additional $40 a month I’d consider it.

  • Ninerfan

    Motorola Xoom > everything else

    • MIKEEEEE

      XOOM verizon exclusive = epic fail.

      CDMA is so brick phone.

      • Hye_TECH

        You know what’s a brick phone? These so called 4G phones for T-Mobile. Im maxing out at a freaking 700k on my G2. 14.4Mb HSPA+ my foot. Its sad. This is my third G2 so I highly doubt its a hardware problem. Its software and how their network is being implemented. The highest I ever seen it go was 7mb…on the freaking highway? How often am I going to be needing that kind of speed on the highway? Come on, get serious.

        • Anonymous

          Yeah I was disappointed to see my girls brand new MT4G pull the same 3 megs that I pull on my Vibrant. I expected 6-10.

        • Anonymous

          Yeah I was disappointed to see my girls brand new MT4G pull the same 3 megs that I pull on my Vibrant. I expected 6-10.

  • MIKEEEEE

    when it gets down to 150$ i’ll take it for a 2 week test drive.

  • Karlc

    tablets……are for suckers! really people…i bet every single one of you already have a laptop, which last time i checked are wireless and have more capabilities than an itab/pad blah,blah. i mean how many different size devices does one person really need that all pretty much do the same thing.
    lets count: a phone with a 4+” screen that does it all, a 7″-10″ tablet-that does the same as my phone, a 15″-17″ laptop that does everything and lastely a 42″ HDTV that now is offering an app store….really, seriously. this is corporate america at its finest and you’re all lapping it up like a thristy dawgs. i mean to each their own. tech geeks or the lay-person, if you can afford it – go for it. correct me if i’m wrong, but with each new screen needs a data plan??? that’s three data plans and satellite/cable services….dude!

    • Anonymous

      Dude I think the vast majority are on the same page about extra data plans.

    • joeek

      then dont get all of it! wow. its that simple. i agree why would someone have a netbook/laptop and have a tablet at the same time. its a wast…but its about CHOICES. there a consumers who would like something as small as a 7 inch tablet over a laptop. some people just want to browse on the go and dont really need laptop to carry around. data usage, need and demand for it has risen, wireless companies are just providing what everyone wants. dont attack it.

      • joeek

        and if u dont want data plans then pay full retail for the device! geez

      • joeek

        and if u dont want data plans then pay full retail for the device! geez

    • Anonymous

      While I agree with some of what you said, just because you don’t see the point of owning a tablet doesn’t mean that everyone else who does is a sucker. Yes, tablets don’t really do anything that the newest smart phones, netbooks, and laptops do. But, it’s not about what they do….it’s about how they do it.

      I have 3 Android phones and a WP7. They’re all extremely capable and had made my laptop into nothing more than a work tool that I occasionally play games on. But, the relatively small screens do make typing and web browsing a pain…and games, while quite good, are still limited by the small screen size. Also, battery life sucks. I always have to carry chargers.

      I have a gaming lap top, and I have no complaints in regards to performance or versatility. Nothing is better at doing everything while remaining somewhat portable than a laptop. But, despite all that, my laptop gets less use than any of my other devices. Why? Because it’s a pain in the butt to carry around, to pull it out of it’s bag, and to get it set up and booted. Oh, and the battery life is very mediocre. As with smart phones, I always have to have a charger handy.

      Next, netbooks. I don’t own one, and I never will. Sure they’re affordable and fairly versatile. But, they’re also slow and underpowered. Gaming on a netbook sucks. The keyboards are mediocre, the screens are usually very underwhelming, and most of them look exactly like what they are….stunted little laptops put together using the cheapest materials they could get away with using. No thanks.

      Do you see where this is going? All of the defeciensies listed above have left an opening. That opening is now beginning to be filled by tablets. They do all the things that I spend the most time doing on mobile devices, and they do it better, or more conveniently.

      Pulling my iPad out is never a chore. Neither is carrying it. The screen is absolutely stunning, and extremely responsive. Those traits make it great for web surfing, gaming, emailing, watching movies, enjoying applications, and even light productivity. It’s technically no more powerful than a netbook, but since it runs a highly optimized OS, and it doesn’t try to be a full fledged laptop, it can run circles around one. I also don’t have to have a data plan for it, although I’ve chosen to. Between making use of the hot spots that are all around me, and using my Android devices to tether off of, I would be just fine without it. And, last but not least, it is beautiful. It looks great, and feels great. I truly enjoy using it…and even looking at it. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a netbook or laptop that I could say the same about.

      Basically, you’re wrong for declaring something that you don’t even own to be useless…and for suckers. I love my tablet, use it all day, everyday….nearly everywhere I go, and will be much more likely to buy a new one in the future than I will a laptop.

      • Karlc

        i am sure everyone can justify wanting one, but need….
        if i could afford it; i’d love to have a ferrari for the weekends, a BMW X5 for the ski trips, a jeep for off roading and a motorcycle for S and G’s. do i need all of them to drive around…no, a nice sport ute would do it all. give a little get a little. thats all im saying. its all PR/marketing. and i know that, you know, that i know, you know that!
        its a niche item, period. if you got the money get it. its cute. but tell me that a laptop is so slow and bulky (oooh 4.5 lbs) and takes all of 60 sec’s to boot up that, oh my…. a tablet is a must. apple pushed it and know everyone “wants”, oops needs to have one or something like it. no not that big of a deal for the general public. but if its a must, look at the bright side…you shouldnt need a smart phone anymore and therefore save you on its data plan. you have a tablet with you all the time. good thing you kept that razor handy. HA

        • Anonymous

          “HA”? Really man? How old are you? Anyhow, I never said it was a need. Human beings have very basic actual needs. I’m sure you have plenty of things that you don’t absolutely need. But, that’s not what I had a problem with. You said tablets are for suckers. I said tablets do have value…and I went into detail about it. I never said it was a must.

          Its likely that even a laptop is not really a “must” for you. If you need a computer for work, I’m sure your employer provides you with a desktop pc…and if we’re just talking bare essential wants here, then even at home, a desktop pc is the better value. More power for quite a bit less money. That’s if you can even really call any kind of home personal computer a true need.

          The truth is that a lot of the technology we all use on a daily basis are nothing more than conveniences. We don’t “need” them, even if we like to act like we do. So, who are you to judge what convenience items is acceptable, and which one is only for “suckers”?

    • Anonymous

      While I agree with some of what you said, just because you don’t see the point of owning a tablet doesn’t mean that everyone else who does is a sucker. Yes, tablets don’t really do anything that the newest smart phones, netbooks, and laptops do. But, it’s not about what they do….it’s about how they do it.

      I have 3 Android phones and a WP7. They’re all extremely capable and had made my laptop into nothing more than a work tool that I occasionally play games on. But, the relatively small screens do make typing and web browsing a pain…and games, while quite good, are still limited by the small screen size. Also, battery life sucks. I always have to carry chargers.

      I have a gaming lap top, and I have no complaints in regards to performance or versatility. Nothing is better at doing everything while remaining somewhat portable than a laptop. But, despite all that, my laptop gets less use than any of my other devices. Why? Because it’s a pain in the butt to carry around, to pull it out of it’s bag, and to get it set up and booted. Oh, and the battery life is very mediocre. As with smart phones, I always have to have a charger handy.

      Next, netbooks. I don’t own one, and I never will. Sure they’re affordable and fairly versatile. But, they’re also slow and underpowered. Gaming on a netbook sucks. The keyboards are mediocre, the screens are usually very underwhelming, and most of them look exactly like what they are….stunted little laptops put together using the cheapest materials they could get away with using. No thanks.

      Do you see where this is going? All of the defeciensies listed above have left an opening. That opening is now beginning to be filled by tablets. They do all the things that I spend the most time doing on mobile devices, and they do it better, or more conveniently.

      Pulling my iPad out is never a chore. Neither is carrying it. The screen is absolutely stunning, and extremely responsive. Those traits make it great for web surfing, gaming, emailing, watching movies, enjoying applications, and even light productivity. It’s technically no more powerful than a netbook, but since it runs a highly optimized OS, and it doesn’t try to be a full fledged laptop, it can run circles around one. I also don’t have to have a data plan for it, although I’ve chosen to. Between making use of the hot spots that are all around me, and using my Android devices to tether off of, I would be just fine without it. And, last but not least, it is beautiful. It looks great, and feels great. I truly enjoy using it…and even looking at it. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a netbook or laptop that I could say the same about.

      Basically, you’re wrong for declaring something that you don’t even own to be useless…and for suckers. I love my tablet, use it all day, everyday….nearly everywhere I go, and will be much more likely to buy a new one in the future than I will a laptop.

  • Skull with Cigarette

    I will get a tablet from the first carrier who will charge me ONE fee to connect all my devices through them.
    And let’s be honest, ‘all my devices’ would equal TWO. A phone and a slate. I do not want to pay $30 to connect my phone then another $30 – $40 on top of it for another device. they need to have a base plan then allow you add devices to it for an additional fee… not double the cost.
    Yes, I understand why they wouldn’t do this right now… but that’s my point. Until they get to that point where they would or could… then I am perfectly ok with my 1 smartphone and 1 data plan.
    If there really was an ‘end-all, be-all’ tablet that I just HAD to have and with these current plans… then I would ditch my smartphone for a dumbphone and then move the data plan to the tablet. There is just no logical reason to pay double for functions you already have. I’m not saying its dumb if that’s what some of you want… more power to you, go for it. But all I’m saying is don’t try to argue that its some need or make up logical excuses. Its like having a cold-air intake on a 95 Honda civic… unnecessary, but understandable if thats what you’re into.

    • Anonymous

      Bet its free real quick.

    • butnakedavenger

      It won’t be anywhere near free. The price was just dropped because the Streak goes on sale in a week. $250 is the price because of a new tablet.

      • Anonymous

        But the thing has only been out for just over 2 months and the price keeps dropping. Once there’s a bunch of better tablets with a REAL Tablet OS on it then NOBODY will want that thing and they will have to give it away. Hell the Vibrant is $500 and its FREE right now! I think more people want a Vibrant than a Tab and its rediculous $40/mo data.

      • Anonymous

        But the thing has only been out for just over 2 months and the price keeps dropping. Once there’s a bunch of better tablets with a REAL Tablet OS on it then NOBODY will want that thing and they will have to give it away. Hell the Vibrant is $500 and its FREE right now! I think more people want a Vibrant than a Tab and its rediculous $40/mo data.

    • sanjath

      I agree with the whole issue of charging data plans per device. Come on, we use data, let them charge for the data instead of per device thing. If Magenta wants to really compete with the big guys who seems to have the advantage with iphone is to come up with value plans that can attract people into their fold. Of course, iphone crowds will never settle for value plans, but rest of us will if it is attractive, and tmo can do it with Android phones and devices. I have a feeling that Apple is the one who is going to again bring some change like this and all carriers will just fall in line. I feel that we are too much fixated on unlimited data plans, when the reality says that it is hard to achieve, instead let carriers charge for the amount of data we use rather than number of devices we have for the same purpose.

    • sanjath

      I agree with the whole issue of charging data plans per device. Come on, we use data, let them charge for the data instead of per device thing. If Magenta wants to really compete with the big guys who seems to have the advantage with iphone is to come up with value plans that can attract people into their fold. Of course, iphone crowds will never settle for value plans, but rest of us will if it is attractive, and tmo can do it with Android phones and devices. I have a feeling that Apple is the one who is going to again bring some change like this and all carriers will just fall in line. I feel that we are too much fixated on unlimited data plans, when the reality says that it is hard to achieve, instead let carriers charge for the amount of data we use rather than number of devices we have for the same purpose.

    • sanjath

      I agree with the whole issue of charging data plans per device. Come on, we use data, let them charge for the data instead of per device thing. If Magenta wants to really compete with the big guys who seems to have the advantage with iphone is to come up with value plans that can attract people into their fold. Of course, iphone crowds will never settle for value plans, but rest of us will if it is attractive, and tmo can do it with Android phones and devices. I have a feeling that Apple is the one who is going to again bring some change like this and all carriers will just fall in line. I feel that we are too much fixated on unlimited data plans, when the reality says that it is hard to achieve, instead let carriers charge for the amount of data we use rather than number of devices we have for the same purpose.

  • Skull with Cigarette

    I will get a tablet from the first carrier who will charge me ONE fee to connect all my devices through them.
    And let’s be honest, ‘all my devices’ would equal TWO. A phone and a slate. I do not want to pay $30 to connect my phone then another $30 – $40 on top of it for another device. they need to have a base plan then allow you add devices to it for an additional fee… not double the cost.
    Yes, I understand why they wouldn’t do this right now… but that’s my point. Until they get to that point where they would or could… then I am perfectly ok with my 1 smartphone and 1 data plan.
    If there really was an ‘end-all, be-all’ tablet that I just HAD to have and with these current plans… then I would ditch my smartphone for a dumbphone and then move the data plan to the tablet. There is just no logical reason to pay double for functions you already have. I’m not saying its dumb if that’s what some of you want… more power to you, go for it. But all I’m saying is don’t try to argue that its some need or make up logical excuses. Its like having a cold-air intake on a 95 Honda civic… unnecessary, but understandable if thats what you’re into.

  • rabba

    Stay away from samsung… Far far away.

  • Anonymous

    If I could get an LG G-Slate for $299 tops on contract and I could use the $10 200MB 4G data plan then it would be all to the good.

    • butnakedavenger

      the G-Slate is likely to debut in the $400 to $500 range, and the data plan would be $25 for 200 MB on the mobile broadband products. The $10 plan is for phones.

      • Anonymous

        Emphasis on “if” but thx cuz I may have not known that stuff.

  • Guest

    if i get a motorola atrix can i use it on tmo? and if i get the moto atrix can i use that battery on another phone? arent they the same..??

    sorry for being off topic up there

    • http://tmonews.com David

      No, it wouldn’t use T-Mobile 3G or 4G and no, its likely it’ll fit into every other phone.

  • RockHead

    Damn. Just paid $469 on eBay for a used one, no contract. Got a prepaid TMO data SIM for it, to top up when I’m travelling and might not have wifi. Would have bought a new one non-contract for $30 more (or not paid as much). Oh well.

    I have a Vibrant and a 15″ laptop. The Tab fills a nice niche in between. It’s far more portable than the laptop and far more usable than the phone for email, browsing and games. I’m taking a business trip this week, and I may leave the laptop at home and just bring the phone and Tab. Yeah, to some degree it’s overkill, we have more web connected screens in the house than family members to use them (2 Vibrant’s, 3 15″ laptops and the Tab for 2 adults and 2 kids, gonna eBay the EeePC 900 netbook that no one uses). I’ll very likely eBay the tab for a G-Slate or something better (4G) at some point.

    BTW, we’ve had our share of problems and gripes with Samsuck on the Vibrants, but the stock 2.2 Tab is way faster. Same 3G downloads (~5 Mbs) but runs way smoother than my Vibrant (regardless of what custom ROM I have).

    • Anonymous

      OUCH! cmon man u had to have known a price drop was coming soon with VZW dropping theirs to $500. But hey atleast you saved on price + taxes and it’s still under warrantee.

    • Anonymous

      OUCH! cmon man u had to have known a price drop was coming soon with VZW dropping theirs to $500. But hey atleast you saved on price + taxes and it’s still under warrantee.

    • Anonymous

      OUCH! cmon man u had to have known a price drop was coming soon with VZW dropping theirs to $500. But hey atleast you saved on price + taxes and it’s still under warrantee.

  • RockHead

    Damn. Just paid $469 on eBay for a used one, no contract. Got a prepaid TMO data SIM for it, to top up when I’m travelling and might not have wifi. Would have bought a new one non-contract for $30 more (or not paid as much). Oh well.

    I have a Vibrant and a 15″ laptop. The Tab fills a nice niche in between. It’s far more portable than the laptop and far more usable than the phone for email, browsing and games. I’m taking a business trip this week, and I may leave the laptop at home and just bring the phone and Tab. Yeah, to some degree it’s overkill, we have more web connected screens in the house than family members to use them (2 Vibrant’s, 3 15″ laptops and the Tab for 2 adults and 2 kids, gonna eBay the EeePC 900 netbook that no one uses). I’ll very likely eBay the tab for a G-Slate or something better (4G) at some point.

    BTW, we’ve had our share of problems and gripes with Samsuck on the Vibrants, but the stock 2.2 Tab is way faster. Same 3G downloads (~5 Mbs) but runs way smoother than my Vibrant (regardless of what custom ROM I have).

  • Calypso

    I called my local Tmobile to ask and none of the employees knew anything about this price change. Sigh.

  • Calypso

    I called my local Tmobile to ask and none of the employees knew anything about this price change. Sigh.

  • Calypso

    I called my local Tmobile to ask and none of the employees knew anything about this price change. Sigh.

  • Anonymous

    Samsung keeps shooting themselves in the foot.

  • Anonymous

    Samsung keeps shooting themselves in the foot.

  • Anonymous

    Samsung keeps shooting themselves in the foot.

  • Anonymous

    Samsung keeps shooting themselves in the foot.

  • Anonymous

    Samsung keeps shooting themselves in the foot.

  • Tnosepickens

    Am I the only one who loves the Samsung tablet? The thing is quick and fluid. The email client is the best I’ve used on android. I used to scoff at camera on a tab, but I seem to use it occasionally. Not a necessity, but either is AC in a car, nice to have. We all become spec Nazis but really, how much speed/ram/memory do we need. About to disagree with myself, it would be nice to have 100 gigs of memory to load up movies and shows. I also like the fact that 7″ is pocketable. iPad is nice, but not exactly mobile

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  • Actorman46

    I’m getting the International version, ditching the cellphone and the laptop that needs to be replaced. I’m going to use it for everything, get rid of all my little devices and use one. That’s how you do it.