The Samsung Galaxy Note was officially launched yesterday and we learned that Smart will also be offering it on their data plan.
Starting next week, you will be able to get the Samsung Galaxy Note for free on their Plan 2000. You might want to grab this opportunity early because Smart reps said that this will run for a limited time only. There’s no time frame yet as to when it will end but when it does, it will move up to Plan 3000.
Smart also revealed that their Samsung Galaxy Notes will be having SmartNet built-in which is odd since you are already on an unlimited data plan which renders SmartNet’s free social networking and smart browsing moot. This would only mean that we would be seeing the Samsung Galaxy Note with SmartNet also available as a Smart prepaid kit in the future.
The Galaxy Note is Samsung’s “œtweener” device which is a smartphone and tablet hybrid with its 5.3″ HD SuperAMOLED screen, phone features and also comes with a stylus called the S-Pen. Global units support HSPA+ and LTE networks but we also found out that for our region, we’ll only get HSPA+ support from this device.
If you’re interested in getting the note under Smart’s Plan 2000, stay tuned for their announcement next week.
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