Today, Orange, T-Mobile and 3 have all started offering subsidized iPads in the UK.
All carriers sell the iPad for the same price on contract (24 month agreement required): £199 for the 16GB model, £249 for the 32GB model, and £349 for the 64GB one.
The difference is in what you get for £25 per month. Both T-Mobile and Orange are offering 1GB, plus 1GB “quiet time” (meaning between midnight and 10AM). 3 is way more generous, offering no less than 15GB of data per month, anytime.
Sold in more than 3 million units in the first 80 days of availability, Apple’s iPad is, by far, the world’s most popular tablet at the moment – and the second most popular seems to be the Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Via Cool Smartphone
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