AT&T have today announced that their customers can pre-order Samsung’s new 8 Inch Android 6.0 powered Galaxy Tab E, with no upfront payment followed by 20 $10 a month instalments .
From the Press Release:
The Galaxy Tab E will be available for $0 down and $10 per month for 20 months with an AT&T Instalment plan. Add the Galaxy Tab E to a new or existing Mobile Share Value Plan for an additional $10 per month access charge.
This tablet is designed to be enjoyed wherever you live, work, and play. Its bright 8-inch HD display is perfect for watching your favorite shows on DIRECTV. In addition to watching live TV, the integrated DIRECTV experience allows you to set your DVR while you’re on-the-go, use the tablet as a remote control, and choose from a variety of On Demand content.
The Galaxy Tab E has a variety of features that make it ideal for entertainment and productivity when you’re on-the-move. The tablet’s 12-ounce frame makes it easy to carry around in a briefcase or backpack. It has a 5000 mAh battery that provides up to 13 hours of power on 4G LTE. Whether you’re moving between DIRECTV, your web browser, or other apps, the tablet provides a seamless user experience with its microSD6 expandable storage, quad core processor and Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.
Business customers are also catered for in this offer:
The Samsung Galaxy Tab E can equip your entire workforce with an affordable and more secure device. Perfect for your road warriors or a mobile point of sale, the Galaxy Tab E comes with Samsung KNOX, defense-grade security at the hardware level. For a more complete solution, add Enterprise Mobility Management to help secure, protect and manage devices with ease. The Marshmallow operating system makes this tablet one of the first Samsung tablets in the industry to come with the latest Android for Work capabilities. Android for Work provides businesses with a highly secure, flexible and unified Android mobility platform.
More information can be found on this offer HERE.
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