Since it sells with a data plan, it has a much lower price than usual
Since the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet has been covered by us again and again, we won't dwell on its specs again, save for as long as it takes to mention the inclusion of 4G LTE broadband support.The LTE is actually what made the tablet newsworthy again, not just through its usefulness but also the new sales plans of EE.
EE will be the first UK company to sell Samsung's tablet, and it should have quite a few customers too.
The reason is simple: since EE will ship the slate with a data plan, the price of the tablet will be much lower than usual.
With 8 GB monthly data, the tablet starts at £99 ($160 / 121 Euro) and requires subsequent payments of £36 ($58 / 44 Euro) every month for two years.
The 5 GB plan needs an initial payment of £200 though ($322 / 246 Euro), and then another £30.99 ($50 / 38 Euro) per month.
That leaves the 3GB options, with an initial payment of £250 ($403 / 307 Euro) and 24 months of £26 ($42 / 32 Euro).