Optus has new 4G Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 [CORRECTED]

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Optus has new 4G Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 [CORRECTED]

Optus is offering the new 4G / LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 on a number of plans. [NOTE: The article headline incorrectly referred to Galaxy Tab 10.1. The error has been corrected.]

[CORRECTION: This article originally incorrectly referred to the 4G Galaxy Tab 10.1, instead of the Galaxy Note 10.1 4G. We apologise for the error and the article has been corrected.]

Our sister site PC & Tech Authority reports that Optus is charging $27.05 per month for the hardware over two years - that's $649.20 for the hardware.

Then there's a data cost that starts at $19.95 per month for 2GB ranging up to $74.95 per month for 20GB.

There's no word on when Telstra will have the updated Galaxy Note 10.1 with 4G although it can’t be far off given, as PC & Tech Authority points out, it's already in their inventory systems.

Based on the prices Optus and Telstra charge for other devices like the iPad mini, we'd expect Telstra's plans to either be slightly dearer or offer lower download allowances at the same price points.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 has 4G as well as Android 4.1.

Both Optus and Telstra now have 4G networks and Vodafone expects to have their 4G network up and running next year.

Want to  know more about 4G? Click here for our 4G coverage.

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