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Mobile broadband provider T-Mobile has launched a new range of deals for consumers seeking an iPad this Christmas.

The internet service provider (ISP) will offer the tablet on both pay-as-you-go and pay monthly tariffs, offering a wide range of options for potential subscribers.

New customers signing a contract for mobile broadband services can get their hands on an iPad for an initial £199, then £27 per month over a 24-month contract.

Existing T-Mobile subscribers are rewarded for their loyalty with a £2 per month price discount – they are to be charged £25 over a two-year deal.

For those wishing to buy their iPad up front and then use mobile broadband on an ad hoc basis, the tablet will cost £529 up front.

Data is then charged at a rate of £2 for one day with a 500MB cap , £7 for seven days, with a 1GB limit, or £15 for 30 days with a 2GB limit.

Last week, rival ISP 3 announced a range of new broadband deals for customers seeking a tablet device, particularly the iPad Wi-Fi + 3G model. 

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