O2 is the latest network to announce it will carry the Samsung Galaxy Tab when it launches on 1 November, but the operator has yet to release tariff details.
Three was the first network operator to announce tariff details for the Tab back in September. It will offer Galaxy Tab users the choice between SIM-only one-month rolling voice and data contracts, priced between £7.50 and £15 per month.
Vodafone is also set to stock the Tab, but like O2 it has yet to release tariff details.
The Galaxy Tab was officially launched at IFA 2010 in Berlin, and has been touted as the first real iPad-killer ever since.
With its 7in screen WVGA touchscreen display, 3G connectivity, ability to make voice and video calls, SD-card and Adobe Flash 10.1 support, the Tab could prove popular with business users.
Samsung has also announced that it will make a number of accessories available for the device similar to those available for the iPad. These include a full sized keyboard that docks the device, leather pouch, stylus and in-car dock, again suggesting the device is more than capable of catering to the needs of enterprise users.
While the Tab certainly outmuscles the iPad in key hardware areas, it is powered by the Android OS which many enterprises haven't quite adopted yet.
However, with the HTC Desire handset range proving very popular, it seems that it will only be a matter of time before Google's OS spreads into the enterprise environment.
One thing that could hinder sales of Samsung's device is pricing.
Samsung refused to attach an official price at launch, which suggested the tablet would be a little on the expensive side. This was affirmed when the Tab was initially spotted at a jaw-dropping price of £679.99 on retail site Expansys, and V3.co.uk thought that Samsung may have priced itself out of the market.
However, it proved to be a false alarm as the site has adjusted this to £569.99. Carphone Warehouse is also accepting pre-orders starting at £499.99. The catch being that customers need to sign a 30-rolling contract priced at £10 per month. This tariff will come with 1GB of data allowance.
Alternatively, the high-street retailer will sell a standalone device for £529.99 and the same price is listed on Amazon. This makes the standalone price of the Tab the same as the 16GB 3G model of the iPad and cheaper than Apple's 32GB and 64GB 3G versions.
Apple sells Wi-Fi only versions of the iPad starting at £429 as well, but Samsung has shown no indication that it will do this with the Tab.
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