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Ipad: £99 for a 32 GB and £149 for a 64gb, 24 month contract for £25 per month @ Orange
Ipad:  £99 for a 32 GB and £149 for a 64gb,  24 month contract for £25 per month @ Orange

Ipad: £99 for a 32 GB and £149 for a 64gb, 24 month contract for £25 per month @ Orange

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Orange are doing deals on the old Ipad wifi and 3g now selling cheaper than stated on their website. £99 for a 32 GB and £149 for a 64gb, the catch being a 24 month contract for £25 per month with reasonable tariffs.

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Banned

seems like a horrid deal, sorry to sound harsh

24 x £25 = £600 + £99 = £699

i think not.. voted Cold


jonbee56

24 x £25 = £600 + £99 = £699i think not.. voted Cold



indeed

This has been posted before

hobomotel

indeed


would have been good if the deal existed:(
Edited by: "kennyinscotland" 13th Mar 2011

Why is this cold, the 64gb deal is the cheapest around if this deal is true


fisher42uk

Why is this cold, the 64gb deal is the cheapest around if this deal is … Why is this cold, the 64gb deal is the cheapest around if this deal is true


Because it is £700 for a fecking touchscreen tablet that does not handle flash, and most websites use flash code???

I was so close to voting hot and ordering, it was the "£99 for a 32gb" that got me excited!
Then the "24 month contract" shot me down...
Edited by: "gman1" 13th Mar 2011

Three are selling the 16GB+3G iPad for £99 and 32GB+3G iPad for £149 subject to signing a 24 month contract at £20 a month which includes 15GB of data a month. That deals is very good as Three's standard charge is £15.99 a month for 15GB of data alone. I know this isn't a deal for everyone, but for those that use Three as their broadband supplier, then it's a great deal.

I plan on getting the 32GB+3G and selling it on eBay. Taking into account the £149 upfront cost from Three I should make about £300 clear profit which I plan on putting towards the iPad 2 32GB+3G version which should be about £612. So I'll get it for just over £300 cash.

The 15GB data allowance- I'll put the micro sim in an adapter then into my MiFi and use it as the main home broadband line and I plan on getting a couple of 3GB pre-loaded 3 data sims to use when I'm out and about.

I dont think they make thermometers to measure this sort of coldness

check out Garageband and it shows what the iPad is capable of. The Motorola Xoom is more powerful than the iPad but is useless in a studio environment as it lacks the necessary low latency audio and MIDI API's needed.

I'd rather forgo Flash than the ability to control Logic, or turn my iPad into a Hammond Organ or KORG synthesieser, Or turn my iPad a virtual DJ mixer or touch-screen interface to DJ software

Goliath, to make £300 profit you would have to sell for more than Apple do. Surely only a scammer will pay a premium to buy off you rather than Apple.


Chiptivo

Because it is £700 for a fecking touchscreen tablet that does not handle … Because it is £700 for a fecking touchscreen tablet that does not handle flash, and most websites use flash code???



No they don't, and that is a good thing. When I had one I didn't miss not having flash.


goliath

check out Garageband and it shows what the iPad is capable of. The … check out Garageband and it shows what the iPad is capable of. The Motorola Xoom is more powerful than the iPad but is useless in a studio environment as it lacks the necessary low latency audio and MIDI API's needed.I'd rather forgo Flash than the ability to control Logic, or turn my iPad into a Hammond Organ or KORG synthesieser, Or turn my iPad a virtual DJ mixer or touch-screen interface to DJ software



But MOST people won't want to turn it into a DJ thing. Most people will want to browse the web, and with the iPad not having flash, that's a real bummer.
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