US Cellular has became the first carrier in the U.S. to carry the LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 today. As expected, the Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE doesn’t comes cheap – as US Cellular has tagged it with a hefty price tag of $499, including a 2 years contract with the carrier which will cost you an additional charge of $25 each month.
However if you do not want to purchase the tablet from US Cellular, you can also choose to get it from Verizon, but you’ll probably have to wait for a few more days as the stocks has yet to arrive.
We’ve already learnt during the MWC 2013 that Sony is also releasing their latest Xperia Tablet Z later this month. So if you’re not in a rush to get yourself a tablet, you can take some time to consider the Xperia Tablet Z as well.
Source : US Cellular