New Samsung Galaxy Tab E (WiFi+4G) Verizon 32GB - Dark Gray 8" For Sale

New Samsung Galaxy Tab E (WiFi+4G) Verizon 32GB - Dark Gray 8


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New Samsung Galaxy Tab E (WiFi+4G) Verizon 32GB - Dark Gray 8":
$120

New Samsung Galaxy Tab E (WiFi+4G) Verizon 32GB - Dark Gray 8"
You are viewing a new Samsung Galaxy Tab E. This is the WiFi + 4G model. It's originally for Verizon. Can also just be used with WiFi. It will come with a USB Cable, Wall Adapter and Verizon SIM Card. You will receive exactly what you see in the photos.


YOU WILL RECEIVE THE USB CABLE, WALL ADAPTER, AND SIM CARD WITH PURCHASE!


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