Verizon and AT&T iPad Price And Release Details

We reported just yesterday, of news that the Apple iPad will be released in over 2,000 Verizon Wireless stores starting from October 28. Today we can confirm prices and what to expect from the subsequent release. For those of you who have been waiting in anticipation for these details, will know that there are some fantastic features to look forward to such as, accessibility to read and send email, photo sharing, HD videos, music, thousands of apps to choose from and much much more.

What we do know is that Verizon will be retailing three tablet bundles, all incorporating an iPad Wi-Fi model and their own Mi-Fi 2200 Intelligent Mobile Hotspot. Vlad at Engadget reported that, prices will range from $630 for the 16GB, $730 for 32GB and lastly $830 for the 64GB models. Indications show from Verizon that there will be one data plan available, giving it’s subscribers 1GB of monthly data allowance, in return for $20 and no set contract stipulations. As well as this, a press release from the mighty carrier has said that they will also be offering a 3GB at $35 and 5GB at $50. Consumers need to be aware that the new bundle data plans are being offered on the proviso that they purchase the iPad and Mi-Fi 2200 promotional bundle. Chief operating officer for Verizon “John Stratton” has said, “This is the perfect pairing for holiday travels. iPad together with the nation’s largest and most reliable 3G data network allows customers to easily connect on the go wherever they are.”

We can expect to see AT&T wireless carrier offering the same bundle price and release details. One difference between the two iPad tablets offered will be that the latter will offer Wi-Fi + 3G variety as oppose to a bundled Mi-Fi. AT&T has reported that the 200MB model will be priced at $15 or the 2GB for $25 monthly.

Who will you be choosing out of the two carriers, and what model will you be purchasing? Let us know. To read more on what Verizon and AT&T are offering log onto Engadget

  • Evaluator

    Verizon has the coverage over AT&T, I have phones on each carrier and Verizon beats the AT&T hands down