AT&T's first LTE tablet comes with hefty price tag

HTC JetStream Android tablet AT&TAT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) will launch its first LTE tablet, the HTC Jetstream, as it seeks to broaden its LTE device portfolio. However, the device carries a substantial price tag: $700 with a two-year contract, which could pose a problem in the market. By comparison, Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) sells an LTE version of Samsung's GalaxyTab 10.1 for $530 for the 16 GB model and $630 for the 32 GB model, each with a two-year contract (the prices are $700 and $800 at full retail price, respectively). Article

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