Both parts of EverythingEverywhere have now announced their cost of the iPad, along with the price plans supporting the Apple tablet device that start at the subsidised cost of £199.
Following on from last week's announcement that T-Mobile and Orange will be carrying the Apple tablet product, now comes the pricing structure for the iPad's with the 16GB version retailing for £199, the 32GB for £249 and the 64GB costing £349 with the networks.
The Orange tariff prices are £25 for existing customers or £27 for new, which is accompanied by a 1GB data allowance that can be used at any time and another 1GB for use between midnight and 4pm - with a 3GB of BT Openzone WIFI use.
The T-Mobile plans cost the same and also on a 24-month tariff, within the same structure although there's no BT Openzone WIFI access and the off -peak use is between midnight and 10am.
T-Mobile additionally offer a pay as you go deal, with the 16GB Apple iPad costing £529 where £2 a day offers 500MB a day, £7 a week provides 1GB and £15 a month comes with a 2GB daily data allowance.
No further details have been provided yet as to when the Apple iPad will be available Orange or T-Mobile, although it's been rumoured to be around December the 19th on the network Three.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com