Optus reveals plans for tablets

Optus reveals plans for tablets

The telco flexes its tablet muscles with new plans for the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Optus My Tab

Optus My Tab

Optus My Tab

Optus is gearing up to launch two Android-based tablets before Christmas: The Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Optus My Tab.

Galaxy Tab will be available from November 10 and comes free on a 24-month $59.95 cap plan. The plan comes with 10BG on-peak or 20GB off peak.

On-peak time is between 12pm to 12am.

Access to Webmail social networking sites is free.

Business customers can get the Galaxy Tab on a $55 business broadband plan with 2GB of data and around-the-clock technical support.

The Optus My Tab is the budget option for prepaid customers. It sells for $279 and comes with 3GB of prepaid data and unlimited access to Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.

Postpaid plans for the tablet have yet to be announced.

The device sports a seven-inch screen with a three megapixel camera and upgradeable memory. It already has a 2GB microSD card included and WiFi compatibility.

Optus My Tab will be a direct rival to Telstra’s T-Touch Tab which will retail for $299.

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