Apple new iPad pricing details comparison
Find out where to get the best deals
The network is offering users the chance to sign up to one contract and receive an iPhone and new iPad.
Customers can get the entry level version of the new iPad and iPhone 4S for free if they sign up to a 24-month deal, but it will cost 66 per month.
The tariff will include 600 mins of talk time, unlimited texts and unlimited BT Openzone Wi-Fi. However, users must share 2GB of mobile data across the iPhone and iPad.
For those just wanting the new iPad, prices start at 199 for the 16GB edition on 24-month contract at 25 per month. However, you must be an existing customer to get this deal.
New customers will be charged 229 for the entry level device. The monthly allowance comes with 1GB of anytime data, 1GB of Quiet Time' data (between Midnight and 4am) and unlimited BT Openzone Wi-Fi.
The price plans on offer are unsurprisingly very similar to sister network Orange.
Pricing starts at 199 for the 16GB edition if you sign a 24-month contract that charges 25 per month. Like Orange, you need to be an existing customer or you will be charged 229.
The tariff includes 1GB of anytime data, 1GB of Quiet Time' data (between Midnight and 4am). The cost rises to 249 if you opt for a 32GB edition (or 279 if you are a new customer). T-Mobile is not offering the 64GB version device.
High-street retailers such as Comet and PC World are also offering Wi-Fi and 4G tablets at the same price as Apple. Pricing starts at 399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only model.
In This Article
Unlocking collaboration: Making software work better together
How to improve collaboration and agility with the right techDownload now
Four steps to field service excellence
How to thrive in the experience economyDownload now
Six things a developer should know about Postgres
Why enterprises are choosing PostgreSQLDownload now
The path to CX excellence for B2B services
The four stages to thrive in the experience economyDownload now