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Discussion in 'iPad' started by iSensei, Nov 25, 2012.
Curiosity killed the cat
16 gb wifi only
64GB Wifi 4th gen but thinking of giving it to my dad for Xmas and getting a cellular model instead. Hmmm
best poll ever.
dont need yet another bill. seems like everything has a bill with it these days, which is why this country is broke.
Buying iPad next year with AT&T you always have choice turning data off.
i have ipad1 wifi only, and just bought ipad4 wifi only also. between being at home, school, AT&T Park, starbucks, im always surrounded by wifi
Wifi. Use hotspot on iPhone 5 to connect to the ipad when I'm away from the house.
16G wifi only
I use it pretty much at home with wifi since it seems awkward to bring to office. though, i miss it a lot during day time.
For the first time since the iPad's debut, I have WiFi only. I'll be using AT&T personal hotspot when I need to connect away from WiFi.
32GB FTW! I only got it cause I really need the space.
Original 32GB iPad was wi-fi only
Won a 16GB iPad 3 that was Wi-Fi only
Now have 64GB iPad Mini WiFi only.
WiFi only. I don't need another cell/data bill at the end of the month, lol.
32gb wifi. I cancelled my order for the cellular model because I really don't need it. My mifi can handle my occasional cellular needs.
I got the white, AT&T cellular, 64gig model. I transferred my unlimited data plan from my first gen ipad to it, and now use it to make & receive free VoIP calls & texts with my google phone number. It's like a big smartphone. In fact, I ditched my phone! ;-)
This thing is the perfect size btwn an iPhone & an ipad. LOVE it! ;-)
I hope you're not an economist. Then again, given your logic, you probably are.
With AT&T MobileShare, a cellular iPad is $10/month.
I paid £10 for 12 months unlimited data. But I can only tether in an android handset. I would have to pay £15-£25 a month for proper tethering contract that would allow me to hotspot in a iPhone /iPad so just didn't make sense to get the LTE iPad.
wifi model and i find it the best
Wifi because I have a mobile wifi router also for laptop, iPod Touch etc and don't need GPS
iPad 4 wifi and cellular and I love it so much!
I've had an iPad 1 for years with 3G. I wouldn't bother to have one if it wasn't for this connectivity; that's what made these units unique and practical. I just have the data plan turned on and off for the months I need it (Summer mostly). I have a remote cottage that has a good cell signal.
Perfect for motorcycle touring.
Same, having an iPad without cellular connectivity seems pointless to me. It's all well tethering it to a phone, but you're constantly worrying about the battery going dead.
Same here, Verizon LTE.
Ipad2 64/3G and just arrived ipad4 64LTE, both white.