While it may still be in short supply, Bell has made the Samsung Galaxy Tab available for customers looking to get their tablet fix. Bell has priced the Samsung Galaxy Tab at $649.95 with no contract but they also have some data plans that when subscribed to will bring that price down a little.
Starting at $20/500MB and going up to $35/5GB the Tablet flex plans will give you an instant rebate of $50 off the device purchase cost. Since they are "flex" plans, if you go over your allotted amount you'll be automatically bumped up to the next plan. If data exceeds 5GB, 1.5¢ per additional MB will be charged. Best to check the Bell website before you head on out to your local store though, they're not available in all locations. [MobileSyrup]
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