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.