Ipad models available vodafone


Available from tomorrow, Vodafone will offer the new tablet on a range of 12 month plans in addition to 24 month contracts. Vodafone’s plans start at $47 per month for the entry-level 16GB iPad model over 24 months.
“We’ve almost completed the rollout of our new 850MHz network built specifically for devices like the new iPad, said Noel Hamill, director of marketing and sales at Vodafone Australia. “Also, when customers buy an iPad plan it’s backed by our new network guarantee to ensure customers are happy on our new network.”Vodafone’s cheapest plan on the 16GB iPad will set you back $47 per month for 2GB of data, which totals $1128 over 24 months. There are no upfront costs on any of the new plans: the same plan on paired with the 32GB iPad will cost $51 per month and $56 per month with the largest 64GB model. On a shorter 12 month contract, the same 2GB per month plan will cost $76, $84 and $93 per month, respectively.The new iPad will be available through selected Vodafone stores Australia wide from tomorrow, but the telco does not appear to be following Telstra’s lead and opening some stores at midnight.

What is it?
Choosing a Vodafone iPad data plan for iPad lets you connect over mobile broadband, for the ultimate in flexible connectivity.
commitment-free 30-day or 1-day plans
connects over mobile broadband – so works just about anywhere
quick & reliable network
no software to install
How does it work?
Choose between a 30-day plan or a 1-day plan, commitment-free – so there are no termination charges at the end of your contract. Each of these plans comes with a free MicroSIM for the WiFi + 3G model iPad.
What does it cost?
€3.99 per day or €20 per month. You can also sign up to our bill pay plan if that would suit your usage better.

Earlier today Apple admitted that high demand for the tablet computer means that its launch outside the US has been delayed until May. The Californian company will announce prices and open pre-orders on 10 May.

Apple is producing two versions of the device – one that only has short-range Wi-Fi technology and one that can access both Wi-Fi and 3G mobile phone networks. But users will not be able to merely insert their existing sim card into the iPad, because it uses micro-sims.

Neither O2, Orange nor Vodafone gave details of the actual prices they will charge iPad users for mobile broadband access.
In a statement Vodafone merely said it will offer “dedicated iPad price plans for all models from the end of May in Australia, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK”.O2 said it will offer “dedicated iPad price plans for all models from the end of May in the UK”.Orange said it will offer “dedicated iPad price plans for all models from the end of May in France, UK, Spain and Switzerland”.
In the UK, Vodafone, Orange, O2 and T-Mobile have all been chasing after the iPad and executives from the four networks are understood to have mhad meetings with Apple to discuss the device. T-Mobile said discussions with Apple are continuing and “updates will be provided as and when it is pertinent to do so”.In February, Vodafone’s boss, Vittorio Colao, said: “Anything that improves the customer experience with mobile data is welcome and as such I would be very interested in having it.”
The mobile phone companies want to be able to tie iPad pricing plans in with their existing tariffs. So a customer on a long-term iPhone contract, for instance, would get a sim card for their iPad for an additional monthly fee.
Apple, however, is understood to favour giving customers the ability to pay only for the mobile access they need, on a pre-pay basis.
As a result, O2, Orange and Vodafone are expected to offer both pre-pay and contract deals.In the US, Apple’s network partner, AT&T, is offering 250MB of data for $14.99 a month and unlimited data for $29.99, with no requirement for customers to sign long-term contracts.

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