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Broadband provider O2 has become the latest firm to confirm plans to offer all models of Apple's new iPad with a range of tariffs.

While the internet service provider has announced that the range of tablet devices will be available from the end of May, it has kept all other details about the forthcoming price plans strictly under wraps.

The past few days have also seen Orange and Vodafone confirm similar plans to launch packages featuring the iPad across the UK, although their statements also failed to reveal any major details.

Created to allow users to browse the web, access their emails and share a range of content, the iPad was originally expected to launch on these shores towards the end of this month.

However, Apple recently quashed speculation over the future of the device by revealed it will not be launched globally until May, particularly due to high demand for the product in the US.

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