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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Yr Blues, Mar 26, 2013.
Really curious as to what they'll have to offer for mobile options.
Whatever they may eventually announce for the iPad, it won't be as big of a stir as was their recent phone announcement.
This is because there are already quite reasonable pre-paid data plans for the iPad from ATT and Verizon. I am VERY happy with the $20 per month 1 GB Verizon plan. And I just checked the T Mobile coverage map and they essentially have no coverage near my home and in many of the places I frequently travel to.
IF however (and this is a very big if - or perhaps a when) they had better coverage and comparable speeds to ATT/Verizon, then their new phone plan terms are indeed very attractive. Something I would be interested in for phone use.
They offer tablet only plans, starting 500MB for $20, 2GB for 30, then adding 2GB for an additional $10 maxing at 12 GB for $80 a month. No unlimited options. You have to supply the iPad.
Is there like 1-3 days plan ? I have an at&t ipad which bought used recently wanted to test the sim card out with t-mobile (got one from their promotion).
I see no big deal with phones, you stretch out and pay the full price
Which iPad versions work on their network?
would guess At&t because it is close to GSM.
dont they have to make an AWS model, like the iPhone 5?
to revert to 3g if there's no LTE service perhaps.
As for which model as I recall starting with the ipad 3 the 'verizon' ones had
GSM for international use and are sim unlocked. so really any of them (if this is correct) are fine for trying with T-Mobile. You have 14 days to return it to Apple if it doesn't work and you don't want to keep it for using on another system.