AT&T and Verizon Data Plans

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Fred Moore, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. Fred Moore

    Fred Moore Guest

    These seem similar to what has been offered in the past, but I have
    never used them. (Don't have an iPad, yet.)

    from: What you need to know about the third-generation iPad (FAQ)
    <http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57393664-37/what-you-need-to-know-abou
    t-the-third-generation-ipad-faq/>

    How much is the service from the carrier? And do I have to sign a
    contract?

    Apple released information on Thursday regarding the service plans from
    carriers for the new iPad. As was available for the iPad, people who
    purchase the third-generation iPad can get a data service from AT&T that
    starts at $14.99 for 250 MB of data per month. AT&T also offers a 3GB
    and 5GB monthly data plan that costs $30 or $50, respectively. Verizon's
    least expensive plan starts at $20, which gives users 1GB of data per
    month. The carrier's 2GB and 5GB options are $30 and $50, respectively.

    You do not need to sign up for a data plan. You can use it month to
    month with either carrier. That said, Verizon charges a $35 activation
    fee when you sign up for service. But this fee is waived if you activate
    your device using a credit card and pre-pay for the monthly service,
    according to a Verizon spokeswoman.
     
    Fred Moore, Mar 9, 2012
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  2. Fred Moore

    Erilar Guest

    Rip-off upon rip-off!
     
    Erilar, Mar 9, 2012
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