iiNet adds Samsung tablets and camera to its offering
- 18 January, 2013 11:38
iiNet has expanded its 3G range with two Samsung tablets and a camera.
The Samsung tablets include the 7 inch Galaxy Tab and the 10.1 inch Galaxy Tab.
iiNet is charging $13 per month for the 8GB Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 on a 24-month contract and $22 per month for the 16GB Galaxy Tan 2 10.1 on a 24-month contract.
The ISP is also offering the 3G 16.3 megapixel Samsung Galaxy camera, which can act as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for up to five other devices and instantly publish photos straight to Facebook and Instagram.
iiNet is selling the Samsung camera for $579 outright or $22 per month when bundled with a 3G mobile broadband plan on a 24-month contract.
3G mobile broadband plans at iiNet start at $19.95 per month for 4GB of data with a total minimum spend of $790.90 for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.
The total minimum spend for the Samsung Galaxy camera or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 on the 4GB 3G mobile broadband plan is $1006.80.
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