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High-speed network EE has officially revealed tariffs for Apple’s iPad mini and the new iPad fourth-generation, becoming the only UK network to offer the tablets on 4G.

Contract options for the tablets start at £25.99 a month over a two-year term, which gets you 2GB of data. Pay £30.99 and you’ll receive 3GB, or 5GB if you shell out £35.99.

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You’ll have to pay an upfront charge for the tablets, though. The iPad mini 16GB is available from £49.99 on the most expensive plan and £149.99 on the cheapest, which probably isn’t the most prudent option considering you can pick it up for £269 from Apple.

The larger iPad with Retina display, meanwhile, will set you back £149.99 for the 16GB variant on the 8GB plan and a wallet-busting £349.99 for the 64GB model for 3GB of data.

iPad 4 (fourth generation) white official

"We're delighted to be launching the 4G iPad mini and iPad with Retina display," said Pippa Dunn, EE's Chief Marketing Officer, who also announced a special introductory for early adopters.

"To celebrate the launch on the UK's only 4G network we will be offering customers the chance to try 4G free for a month on our EE £15.99 30 day SIM Only Plan, which comes with 5GB of data and Wi-Fi."


Both iPads will also be available on 3G via Orange and T-Mobile from £21 a month on a two-year contract. Three is already offering the iPad mini for £15 a month for 10GB of data, but for an asking price of £369 for the tablet itself. Alternatively you can pay £29 a month and shell out £59 upfront.

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