Three has slashed the cost of its iPad contract deals, as competition among carriers for your tablet buck steps up a notch.
The 16GB WiFi and 3G-enabled iteration of Apple’s first-gen slate can now be had for £99 upfront (down from £199) when you sign up for a £20 per month contract over 24 months.
Choose the 32GB edition of the slate on the same contract deal and you’re now looking at an upfront charge of £149 – down from £249.
Or if you’re more of a top of the range kind of guy, you can grab the 64GB edition for £249, also saving yourself £100.
All three contracts, which were previously £25 per month, feature a 15GB monthly mobile internet usage allowance to enable you to get online when you’re out and about.
The price cuts come as Apple is gearing up for the UK launch of the iPad 2 on March 25th. The second-gen slate is 33 per cent slimmer and 15 per cent lighter than its predecessor and includes dual cameras for video calling via the FaceTime app and a high-end A5 processor to boost performance.
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