iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G 16GB £25 month 15gb @ Three - HotUKDeals
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iPad plans.
Introducing iPad, now available from Three.
It's the best way to experience the internet, email, photos
and video on a big Multi-Touch screen.

iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G 16GBiPad with Wi-Fi + 3G 16GB

Upfront cost. Price per month. Monthly data allowance.
£199 £25 (24 months) 15GB
£529 (RRP) With a SIM Only data plan.

iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G 32GBiPad with Wi-Fi + 3G 32GB

Upfront cost. Price per month. Monthly data allowance.
£249 £25 (24 months) 15GB
£599 (RRP) With a SIM Only data plan.

Hope this helps.
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#1
Amazing you could buy it here for just over £120 more than the 200 they want, not voted as I think the Viking deals are better
#2
"guv - Dec 03, 2010 10:29
wow.... over £1000 for an iPad !"

Err No!, your over inflating the price and ignoring the data package.
£199 + £600 (£25 * 24mth) = £799
Which includes the data plan with 15gig per month
Compared to other data offerings this seems like a pretty good deal to me
#3
guv
wow.... over £1000 for an iPad !

I must be missing something because from what I can see it come to £799 and £849. Basically you are paying up for the iPad while paying £12 a month for the data contract.
#4
Voting hot, a 3g Ipad and 24 months of 15gbs of data for £799 is a better deal than the orange one

which is £199 for the ipad and then 24months @ £27 a month for new customers for a measily 1gb peak and 1gb offpeak of data

this deal blows it out of the water...
banned#5
If you do the maths this is quite a good deal. If you buy elsewhere you have to pay £15 per month for 10 gb anyway. Here it works out that you are paying a little over £10 per month for 15gb. Voted hot.
banned#6
Andrewjacks
Amazing you could buy it here for just over £120 more than the 200 they want, not voted as I think the Viking deals are better
For that price it's wifi only so not a very fair comparison.
#7
If you intend getting a 15gb data plan for 2 years then this deal is not so bad. But bare in mind that 15gb is a lot of data per month will you realistically use it?

There are far better deals out there for people not wanting the 2year data plan.. Ideally Ive found that I hardly use 3g as my city centre has many free wifi spots.
#8
"Poondash - Dec 03, 2010 11:32
If you intend getting a 15gb data plan for 2 years then this deal is not so bad. But bare in mind that 15gb is a lot of data per month will you realistically use it?

There are far better deals out there for people not wanting the 2year data plan.. Ideally Ive found that I hardly use 3g as my city centre has many free wifi spots."

Agreed, I suspect the 3g data allowance is so high because 3 don't have bundled wi-fi access like O2 so you are reliant on the 3g signal. For the likes of me, "working" nightshift with no access to wi-fi it is a bonus. Gonna sell my wi-fi only iPad and get one of these.
#9
Does not matter how much web browsing you do - you won't be able to use the 15GB allowance.

And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.

Rather get an advent vega to be honest.
1 Like #10
rash
And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.


WRONG! iPlayer works on iPad and all iOS devices
#11
bunkum100
rash
And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.


WRONG! iPlayer works on iPad and all iOS devices


Not through the web browser like it should!
#12
rash
bunkum100
rash
And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.


WRONG! iPlayer works on iPad and all iOS devices


Not through the web browser like it should!


Ha ha, how does that make any difference? Having an app designed specifically for multitouch is a far nicer experience, and arguably quicker than opening a browser and accessing a website.
#13
InaudibleWhisper
rash
bunkum100
rash
And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.

WRONG! iPlayer works on iPad and all iOS devices

Not through the web browser like it should!

Ha ha, how does that make any difference? Having an app designed specifically for multitouch is a far nicer experience, and arguably quicker than opening a browser and accessing a website.

Because you would need an app for every site you wanted to visit that had flash - practically impossible.

Do you even think before you respond? Or just type random rubbish?

Guess I need to lower my expectations of people who think every 'i' device is gods gift - even further than my expectations already are.

Edited By: rash on Dec 04, 2010 10:02
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rash
InaudibleWhisper
rash
bunkum100
rash
And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.


WRONG! iPlayer works on iPad and all iOS devices


Not through the web browser like it should!


Ha ha, how does that make any difference? Having an app designed specifically for multitouch is a far nicer experience, and arguably quicker than opening a browser and accessing a website.


Because you would need an app for every site you wanted to visit that had flash - practically impossible.

Do you even think before you respond? Or just type random rubbish?

Guess I need to lower my expectations of people who think every 'i' device is gods gift - even further than my expectations already are.


Typically, a response that directly relates to your post isn't "random rubbish". Perhaps you should look up the word 'random' in the dictionary, so that you can in future have realistic expectations from responses to your silly, condescending posts. No matter what way you look at it, your original post that "iplayer and the like are out of the question." is wrong, and stupid.

I'd also love to know where I am in any way putting any iDevice on a pedestal, given that the only Apple product I have ever owned is a first generation iPod Touch. I simply found that your comment that iPlayer (which was specifically brought up by you in discussion) isn't available, and I quote, "through the web browser like it should!", implying some bizarre flash standard with which your watching must adhere too, was odd.

In reality, virtually all of the major flash video sites have a standalone app, many others are HTML5 compatible and apps like Skyfire and Splashtop allow your beloved flash-browser viewing for every flash application on every site!

OS4 devices are far from gods gift, I simply find your need to enter a page on a site dedicated to offering those interested in a product a specific deal, to spout half truths and factual inaccuracies in an attempt to belittle the product bizarre. I think you should question your emotional involvement with telephones and tablets.
#15
rash
bunkum100
rash
And since it don't have flash iplayer and the like are out of the question.


WRONG! iPlayer works on iPad and all iOS devices


Not through the web browser like it should!


Er... yes it does, it's the only way to view iPlayer on an iOS device... http://www.bbc.co.uk/mobile/iplayer. As far as I know there isn't an iPlayer app.
#16
Can you use the micro sim (with an adapter) in a usb modem or mifi (E585) without problems - ie to use as mobile broadband for laptops etc? If so, the 64GB 3G+Wireless they are offering plus this plan is a good deal.

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