VHA is first to confirm they'll back the iPad 3G – but will Aussie carriers also adopt subsidised contracts alongside Apple’s prepaid model in the US?
As expected, Optus joins Telstra, Vodafone and 3 as all Aussie 3G carriers offer a group hug to Apple’s delayed iPad.
Telstra follows Vodafone and 3 in announcing it’ll have Next G plans primed and ready for the iPad’s Aussie launch.
Vodafone says it is in discussion with Apple but remains guarded on what type of plans it will offer for the 3G iPad.
iPad launch day is upon us, and if you're shelling out for the 3G model you're going to need a prepaid data card to go along with it. Here's a rundown of your options.
Apple’s decision to sell the iPad as an unlocked device for prepaid 3G sees carriers eagerly competing for customers who can easily sample and switch networks.
On the eve of the launch of the Apple iPad in Australia, local PC manufacturer Pioneer has revealed plans to launch an Android-based competitor.
Vodafone’s nearly completed 850MHz 3G network is ready to power Apple’s new iPad, with the company eager to promote both the new network and the fact it will be offering Apple’s “new iPad” from March 16.
Vodafone and Three unleash aggressive prepaid iPad 3G plans, starting at $10 for 250MB and topped by an ‘unlimited’ plan for just $50 per month, with up to 14GB of data rollover.
Optus will offer month-by-month 3G plans for the Apple iPad starting at $20 for 2GB, along with prepaid plans.