Mobile phone network Three has announced their costs and tariffs to the new Apple iPad 2 tablet device, which starts from £199 and with a 15GB data allowance.
Apple’s latest iPad 2 went on sale on Friday, with a new CPU and imagery option in the same 9.7-inch screen and two cameras – one with HD abilities and the second with VGA.
The iPad 2 has a 33-percent thinner case, from a 13.4mm chassis on the first model to a 8.8mm thin case in the new model; it’s now even slimmer than the iPhone 4.
Apple’s iPad 2 now has an A5 processor, with a dual-core processor that delivers twice the power of the first device and nine times the graphical performance and the same 10 hour battery life.
Three has listed their prices of the iPad 2 at £199, £249 and £349 for the 16, 32 and 64GB WIFI + 3G models – for existing customers.
The contract accompanying the Apple tablet is £25 a month, which has a bundled in 15GB data allowance that matches the first iPad offering from Three.
Vodafone made public their prices for the iPad 2 last week, at the same cost as Three’s Apple tablet deal only on a higher costing price plan which only has a 2GB data allowance.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com