Pricing and launch details for at least one of the carrier partners for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tablet have been revealed, Mashable reports. The device will sell for $599.99 on Verizon Wireless beginning November 11. According to the company, data plans for the device start at $20 per month, which comes with 1 GB of data. The Android-powered tablet is expected to launch on all four major U.S. carriers in time for the holidays, though pricing and plans have yet to be revealed on AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint. The Galaxy Tablet arrives about two weeks after the iPad debuts on Verizon. The Apple device starts at $630 and also features a $20 per month, 1GB data plan, though that is being sold as Wi-Fi + MiFi hotspot bundle. If you’re looking at getting a tablet this holiday season, which option now looks most attractive? Let us know in the comments.

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