Apple’s two new iPads – the iPad Mini and the iPad 4 – can be bought now via the three largest US mobile operators: Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. As previously mentioned, all are offering LTE-ready iPads.
At Verizon, the 7.9 inch iPad Mini LTE 16GB costs $459.99 “with month to month service”. The carrier is asking $559.99 for the 32GB model, and $659.99 for the 64GB one. While you can order the mini tablet online in either white or black, only the white version will be shipped right away. The black one isn’t in stock yet, and Verizon says “it will ship by November 19.” Prices for the bigger, 9.7 inch iPad 4 start at $629.99 (16GB).
AT&T allows customers to pay only $359.99 for the 16GB iPad Mini LTE – however, a 2-yr contract is required for that. The 32GB and 64GB editions cost $459.99 and $559.99, respectively, with the same contract requirements. As for the iPad 4, AT&T is also offering it on contract, for prices starting at $529.99 (16GB). Here is where you can buy AT&T’s iPad Mini, and here is where you can get its iPad 4.
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