Orange has unveiled its iPad pricing, with the 16Gb wi-fi version available for £199 on a two year deal.
The 32Gb is available for £249, while the 64Gb model costs £299. All versions must be purchased with a £25 a month contract for existing customers, and a £27 per month contract for new customers.
Orange’s data package allows 1Gb of anytime data per month, plus 1Gb of data for between 4pm and 12am.
T-Mobile's price plans are execatly the same as Orange, with the device also available for £529 on a new prepay plan.
The iPad will go on sale in Everything Everywhere's direct channels in‘early December’, according to sources.
Last week, Mobile revealed that Orange parent Everything Everywhere is launching an assault on the tablet market this Christmas, with an industry first ‘tablet tariff’ due to be unveiled by the joint venture in December.
Sources told Mobile that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, the only other tablet currently on the market, will also be subsidised by Everything Everywhere in the near future.
The operator said it wants to be the ‘home of the tablet’ as it looks to grow its customer base and drive data ARPU.