Orange is offering a new iPad and choice of iPhone as part of its plans for Apple's new tablet device.
A customer will pay £66 per month for the devices and gets 600 minutes, unlimited texts, 2GB of data to share across the two devices and unlimited BT Openzone Wi-Fi. If a customer chooses the iPhone 3GS 8GB, they can get the 16GB, 32GB or 64GB tablet for free.
With the iPhone 4 8GB, a customer pays £49.99 for the 64GB device with the other tablets free. Consumers choosing the 16GB iPhone 4S must pay £49.99 upfront for the 32GB iPad or £99.99 for the 64GB tablet. Buyers of the 32GB iPhone 4S must pay £49.99 for the 16GB iPad, £99.99 for the 32GB and £149.99 for the 64GB. If a customer wants the 64GB 4S, they have an upfront cost of £99.99 for the 16GB tablet, £149.99 for the 32GB and £199.99 for the 64GB.
Pippa Dunn, consumer chief marketing officer at Everything Everywhere said: 'New iPad customers will benefit from the widest 3G coverage in the UK and, with our advanced 3.5G roll out, they will also benefit from a really fast network. As a result, we're definitely the number one place to go for those wanting the best all round performance on their new iPad.'
The device is also available on a £25 per month contract for 24 months. Existing customers have an upfront cost of £199 for the 16GB, £249 for the 32GB and £349 for the 64GB. New customers must pay £229 (16GB), £279 (32GB) and £379 (64GB). Under the contract, users gets 1GB anytime data and 1GB of data between midnight and 4pm as well as unlimited access to BT Openzone Wi-Fi.
The new iPad launches tomorrow (16 March) and is the third iteration of Apple's tablet. Three announced its plans yesterday, with the device available from £99 on a 24 month contract. Vodafone will announce its plans at midnight and O2 is not selling the device, only data plans.
Editor: Graeme Neill