While T-Mobile and now Verizon are busy selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab to their customers, we've yet to hear a peep about AT&T's model except that it existed. Luckily, someone has decided to leak the AT&T training document that you see above, showing that AT&T will begin offering the Tab on November 21st, a week later than the other three major carriers. As for pricing, the AT&T-branded Tab will carry an "HQ Recommended" contract-free price tag of $649.99, which is $50 higher than their competitors, while data offerings will be available in a 250MB/$15 or 2GB/$25 flavors.
It's kind of strange that AT&T would not only offer the Galaxy Tab later than other carriers, but more expensive as well. From the look of the leak, it doesn't look like AT&T plans on offering the Tab on-contract like Sprint and T-Mobile are doing, although that's not terribly surprising since Verizon's Tab is only available contract-free, too. The one bright spot in this leak is that a previous leak that pegged data pricing at either $15/100MB for 1 day, $30/300MB for 7 days, or $50/1GB for 30 days was completely off. Considering that the AT&T is coming later than its competitors and at a higher price, that crazy data pricing would've been the last thing that Ma Bell's Tab needed.