Bellevue, Wash. — T-Mobile expanded its selection of cellular-equipped tablets for the second time in almost as many days.
The carrier announced that the 2014 edition of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 Android tablet will be available on its website and in participating stores nationwide beginning June 4 at $99.99 down and 24 monthly payments of $23 on T-Mobile’s equipment installment plan for a total of $651.
As with other products, T-Mobile will pay a new subscriber’s early-termination fee (ETF) when the subscriber switches to T-Mobile and buys a new device. Likewise, customers can add their new tablet to their voice plan free of charge and get almost 1.2GB of free 4G LTE data every month through the end of 2014, plus 200MB of free data for life every month after that.
On Monday, T-Mobile announced that Walmart will offer its first two cellular-equipped tablets with the launch of two T-Mobile-network 4G tablets at $179 and $229 from Apollo Brands and HP.
.In a separate announcement, T-Mobile said it will add the gold version of the Galaxy S5 smartphone starting May 30 for a limited time in select T-Mobile retail stores and the carrier’s website.