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A small mobile virtual network operator, CREDO Mobile, has sent over word that they will begin selling their first ever tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, sometime in September.

The announcement didn't offer much in terms of details, saying only that the tablet will be offered in black and will have a price of $299. CREDO Mobile's device use Sprint's network. The company's main claim to fame is that they uses their revenues from their mobile phone, and soon tablet, sales to help fund a number of charitable causes. Their website claims that they have raised $76 million for non-profit groups since the company started in 1985 under the name Working Assets.

What do you think of CREDO Mobile entering the tablet business with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0?

Source: CREDO Mobile

 

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 will be CREDO Mobile's first tablet

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Its always good to have compettiion, but Credo is often priced higher than Sprint. Most MVNO's are a bit lower than the main carrier network in use.

I used to work for Credo when they were branded as Working Assets back in the days. When Working Assets first started offering mobile phones, the line up of phones were not exactly "exciting". Now they offer phones in demand by consumers and have branched into tablets. Good to see WA/Credo improve it's lineup of products offered.