Vodafone Spain Selling the Galaxy Tab for 199 Euros


Vodafone Spain – in an unsurprising move – has committed to selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab. If you want to pick it up on their network, be prepared to shell out 199 euros for an 18-month contract. There really aren’t any new specs to talk about here unless you like us sounding like a broken record. Instead of going over that boring sheet again, just head on to Vodafone Spain’s page to pre-register for updates now. [via Samsung Hub]


Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. I wonder how much the Portuguese Vodafone will ask for it….

  2. that’s approx 260 bucks in United States Dollars. Yet it looks like carriers here are going to charge $399 USD. What’s causing the 140 USD markup?

  3. oh dont forget the european versions have phone functionality. its bs as to why the american versions cost so much

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