O2 Says They’re Best for iPad Tariffs

As promised, O2 has now unveiled their iPadtastic tariffs now that the new Apple is available for pre-order in the UK.

O2 presents three flavours: a daily plan and a couple of monthly deals.

£2 gets you 500MB of data per day – so you have to renew it for each day you want data. This stacks up better than Orange’s 200MB for two-quid daily plan. On the flip-side though O2 hasn’t got a pay-per-MB option.

As for the monthlies: Grab a gig of data for £10 or 3GB of data for £15. The monthly plans are recurring, and you must cancel within 24 hours of the end of the month to keep it from being automatically renewed for the next month.

If you need more geekahol you can always bolt-on another 500MB for £2 on any of the three deals. You can also double your data on the monthly plans by paying an extra £10 for 1GB or £15 for 3GB.

Just top keep you in mind of the Orange prices – you can get 3GB for £15 or 10GB for £25.

All three O2 plans gets you access to Wi-Fi hotspots run by The Cloud and BT Openzone.

O2 is also handing out free MicroSIM’s at O2 stores or at o2.co.uk.

O2 says (of course) that buying data for your iPad will be easiest with them because the top-up system will be built into the iPad’s menus – others will require calling or visiting a Web page apparently.

More deets can be gleamed from: shop.o2.co.uk/ipadtariffs

Reblog this post [with Zemanta]