If you’re looking at getting the new iPad tomorrow then you might want to look at Three, who have just released their own data plans ahead of launch, but if you do want to get the device your going to have to sign a two-year contract with a £99 upfront fee.

Alongside that you will, of course, need to pay a monthly fee which is £29 for the 16GB 3G iPad, or £25 a month when you pay an extra £60 up front. Or if you would prefer the 32GB model it’s going to set you back £169 upfront with a £29 a month plan, or you could pay another £60 up front for the £25 a month plan.

If you desire more storage space you could get the 64GB model, but you will have to pay £249 upfront with a £29 a month plan, or pay as you would before £60 extra with a £25 a month plan.

All of these plans will include a 15GB data allowance, but of course, you won’t actually receive 4G as the UK doesn’t receive it yet.

What do you think? Will you be getting a pay monthly iPad?

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