Shortly after UK-based carrier Three officially announced its pricing options for the new iPad, Orange made the same move unveiling its offering for Apple’s latest tablet.
However, if the pricing options presented by Orange will not change by the time the new iPad hits shelves, we can safely assume that the carrier will only sell a few of these devices.
As SoMobile reports, Orange UK plans to offer the 16GB new iPad for as low as £199 with a 24-month plan at £25 tariff.
However, this deal will only be available for existing customers, whereas new customers will have to shell out £229 for the same offer. This will net them only 1GB of mobile data and 1GB quiet time data.
In comparison, Three UK offers the new iPad for only £99 with a 24-month plan at £29 tariff, which includes no less than 15GB of mobile data.