sell mobile phone for cash and you could put it towards the new iPad, or an updated handset. a great option for those with older mobile phones. The new iPad will arrive very soon in the UK through Vodafone, O2 and Orange.
Vodafone, O2 and Orange have all signed up to supply the iPad from next month. Apple is producing two versions of the device – one that only has short-range Wi-Fi technology and one that can access both Wi-Fi and 3G mobile phone networks. But users will not be able to merely insert their existing sim card into the iPad, because it uses micro-sims.
None of the networks have given details of actual prices for the iPad, or charges for mobile broadband access. In the UK, Vodafone, Orange, O2 and T-Mobile have all been chasing the iPad and executives from the four networks are understood to have had meetings with Apple to discuss the device. T-Mobile said discussions with Apple are continuing and "updates will be provided as and when it is pertinent to do so".
In February, Vodafone's boss, Vittorio Colao said, "Anything that improves the customer experience with mobile data is welcome and as such I would be very interested in having it."
The mobile phone companies want to be able to tie iPad pricing plans in with their existing tariffs. So a customer on a long-term iPhone contract, for instance, would get a sim card for their iPad for an additional monthly fee.
Apple, however, is understood to favour giving customers the ability to pay only for the mobile access they need, on a pre-pay basis.
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