Before Google Nexus S reaches Best Buy stores today, T-Mobile seems to clear its current stocks. T-Mobile recently dropped its prices on two popular Android-powered devices from Samsung. T-Mobile is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab for $349.99 and Vibrant for $149.99 by adding a web-only discount of $50 with a new 2-year data plan contract.
T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Tab’s actual price was $399.99 and T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy S smartphone’s price was $199.99 and both comes with 2-year contract. Now T-Mobile has cut $50 from the prices of these both Android devices. T-Mobile is the first U.S. carrier to drop the regular selling price of the tablet in the country, where as Sprint is charging $399 for the Tab with a two-year contract or $599 with no contract. Verizon Wireless is charging $599 with no contract.
Do not forget that Best Buy is selling Samsung Vibrant just for $99.99 and Amazon also offering it for the same with a with new 2-year contract.
Christmas is just around the corner and many companies offering pretty good discounts on their products. You can also see that T-Mobile is offering HTC G2 for $50 and Best Buy is offering Dell Streak for $100.
Buy: You can buy Samsung Galaxy Tab for $349.99 here & Vibrant for $149.99 here at T-Mobile’s online stores (1), (2).