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O2 to offer Samsung Galaxy Tab

But keeping mum on pricing for now

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab is set to ship on 1 November, just over a week from now, but while various UK mobile phone network operators have said they will offer the 7in Android tablet, they are still keeping mum about how much they will charge for it.

O2 today joined Vodafone and Three, but like those two networks it woundn't say what the gadget will cost. "Full pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Tab on O2 will be available before launch," is all it would say.

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Tellingly, perhaps, while O2 will sell the Tab online, it will only offer the tablet at "selected" high-street stores. Supply constraints, perhaps?

Retailer Carphone Warehouse this week said it will sell the Tab for £529 - or £500 if you take out a 1GB data tariff.

Phones4u plans to sell the Tab too, but it - again - isn't saying anything about pricing. ®

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