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O2 iPad Micro-SIM (1GB)
Free iPad Micro-SIM. 30 day rolling contract. 1GB data + unlimited WiFi access through BT Openzone hotspots.New offer: DOUBLE DATA ALLOWANCE on the first and every third month!
up to* 21Mb
|1GB||1 month||£10.21 price details Buy now|
O2 iPad Micro-SIM (2GB)
Free iPad Micro-SIM. 30 day rolling contract. 2GB data + unlimited WiFi access through BT Openzone hotspots.New offer: DOUBLE DATA ALLOWANCE on the first and every third month!
up to* 21Mb
|2GB||1 month||£15.32 price details Buy now|
*The "up to" speed displayed in Mb is the maximum possible speed you are likely to receive for this product. The actual speed you will get depends on your cabling, your area and (with non-fibre optic products) time of day and how far you are from the telephone exchange. Most providers will tell you the likely speed you will receive when you begin your online sign up - this may differ from the speed displayed in the table.
O2 iPad deals are perfect for getting online while you’re on the go with your Apple iPad. Generous usage limits, a range of offers and affordable price points make them some of the best iPad deals around.
Perhaps the best thing about O2 iPad deals is the flexibility they offer, with both pay as you go and pay monthly contract options available. This means that whether you’re a light web user or someone who surfs on the go extensively, there’s likely to be an O2 iPad deal that’s just right for your needs.
O2 also offers impressive network coverage, a mobile broadband connection speed of up to 3.6Mb and some other great benefits.
Pay as you go O2 iPad deals work in the same way as standard mobile broadband dongle and mobile phone PAYG deals, whereby credit can be added as and when a customer requires it.
O2 pay monthly deals are rolling contracts. This means that unless you inform O2 that you want to cancel your contract, it will automatically be renewed for another 30 days.
However, the rolling contracts system also means that you are free to leave your contract at any time without incurring any extra charge. This is a boon if you don’t want to commit to a long-term iPad contract deal, want to change provider or if your usage requirements are likely to change.
O2’s rolling contract options include a deal priced £10.21 per month for 1GB of usage per month. Alternatively, you can opt to pay £15.32 per month for a 2GB monthly limit.
All O2 iPad deal customers benefit from unlimited access to BT Openzone and The Cloud WiFi hotspots at no additional cost. This is great for when you’re out and about and need to get online but don’t want to eat into your usage limit.
Another deal sweetener for O2 iPad deals is that the network allows customers to activate, manage and monitor their account directly from their device.
Features include the option to check data usage, top up their account and even cancel their tariff. They are also notified when they are approaching their limit to prevent them from incurring additional charges.
Unlike dongles that are used in standard laptops to get onine via mobile broadband and which use a normal SIM card, iPads employ a brand new mobile broadband technology called a microSIM. These currently only work in iPads. Therefore, they will not work in your existing dongle or mobile broadband-enabled laptops.
iPad deals are available from a range of networks, all of which have their own advantages. Before choosing a provider, it’s a good idea to compare all the offers around so you’ll have a better chance of finding the best deal for your needs.
Find out more about iPad deals at our dedicated page: iPad broadband deals
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