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Saturday, May 8, 2010

Orange is first UK network to announce iPad tariff pricing

Although the UK's 'big three' networks all announced support for the Apple iPad on the same day (and with very similar statements), it's Orange UK that has revealed the first UK iPad tariffs.

Orange 3G microSIMThe company says it's extending its partnership with Apple – having already launched the iPhone in 30 countries - to offer iPad price plans for customers in France, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Pay-as-you-use, daily, weekly and monthly data plans will all be available on special micro-SIMs to fit the iPad.

All customers will receive £10 credit when they activate an Orange iPad data plan.

'Pay as you use' pricing will charge for data access at 5p per MB, up to a maximum £40 per month (subject to 'fair usage'). A daily package will cost £2 for up to 200MB and a weekly deal is £7.50 for up to 1GB. £15 per month gets you 3GB of mobile data plus up to 750MB at BT Openzone WiFi hotspots, while £25 offers 10GB mobile + 750MB WiFi usage. All additional UK usage is billed at 5p/MB.

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