The Apple iPad is now available at both Verizon and AT&T, however, the biggest news is for Verizon who, for the first time ever, is able to official sell a data device from Apple.
Today’s a big day for both Verizon and AT&T – especially Verizon. The Verizon iPad has officially arrived (remember, it’s always been at AT&T); however, the pricing and plans available are quite different.
Here a break down of the iPad pricing and data plans at both Verizon and AT&T:
Verizon iPad pricing and data plans:
Verizon’s offer bundles a MiFi 2200 mobile hotspot with your choice of 16GB ($629), 32GB ($729), or 64GB ($829) iPads and 1GB ($20), 3GB ($35), or 5GB ($50) of data per month without contractual commitment.
AT&T iPad pricing and data plans:
AT&T is selling the WiFi + 3G version of the iPad today in 16GB ($629), 32GB ($729), and 64GB ($829) with contract-free data plans for 250MB of data ($14.99) or 2GB of data ($25) per month with free access to AT&T’s 23,000+ domestic WiFi hotspots. AT&T’s also offering international plans ranging from 20MB for $24.99 per month on up to 200MB for a staggering $199.99 per month.
So let me ask, how many people can we expect to shun AT&T and chose Verizon instead?
I’m going to guess the majority…