Vodafone has undercut rival Telstra on iPad pricing in a bid to out-plan rivals.
A 16GB new iPad on Vodafone will set you back $47 per month with 2GB data – compared to Telstra $48 plan with just 1GB data, while Voda’s 6GB data plan is $57, 12GB $67 and 14GB and 18GB plans costing $77 and $87 respectively.
This compares to Telstra’s 4GB ($58), 8GB ($68) and 15GB ($98) plans, meaning Voda are offering far more bang for your iPad buck on data.
Voda’s 32GB iPad start at $51 with 2GB data, undercutting Telstra starting rate of $52 with 1GB data.
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Both Telstra and Voda’s are offering deals for 16GB, 32GB and 64GB new iPad models over 2 years, while a new iPad 16GB starts at $539 if purchased outright.
However, Voda are flogging the 9.7″ Retina screen tab on a range of 12 month deals also, starting at $76 for 2GB to $116 for a hefty 18GB data.
The red telco are selling new iPad from tommorow while Telstra are going one better and opening its George St, Sydney and Melbourne’s Bourke St stores at 12.01am tonight for eager iPad fan-atics.
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Optus too have released it pricing for the latest iPad which starts at $41 for 1GB data – while its 2GB option costs $46.
And it appears Optus’ basic 16GB new iPad plan beats both Voda and Telstra hands down. If you want very little data allowance there is 500 MB Optus option, which costs $38 and other plans come with 4GB ($49), 8GB ($59) and 16GB ($79) data options for consumer plans.
Further up the food chain, Optus are charging $45 for 1GB data for 32GB new iPad model and $49 for 4 GB.
It also has business plans which kick off at $36.95 for Apple’s 16GB model, $49.95 for 4GB, $59 for 7GB and $69 for 10GB.
Customers can buy the new iPad online at 12.01am tonight from Optus and instore tomorrow.