Deal: buy LTE-enabled iPads from T-Mobile for $132 off the usual price
posted by Mihai A. / May 06, 2015, 11:11 AM
The offer will only be available if you purchase a cellular iPad from T-Mobile using the Equipment Installment Plan (EIP), the pay-as-you-go plan that allows customers to make 24 monthly payments for the tablet with $0 upfront. Customers who decide to use their cellular iPads on T-Mobile's Simple Choice Mobile Internet plan (1GB or more) will get a monthly discount of $5.50. Over a two-year period, this translates into a discount of $132.
iPad Air 2 at a total price of 629.76, $22.08 per month for the 16GB Apple iPad mini 3 at a total price of $529.92, and $17.91 for the 16GB iPad mini with Retina (which is the iPad Mini 2) at a total price of $429.84. Taking advantage of this special offer will cut down the prices at $20.74 per month for the iPad Air 2 at a total price of $497.76, at $16.58 per month for the iPad Mini 3 at a total price of $397.92, and at $12.41 for the iPad Mini 2 at a total price of $297.84 for the iPad mini with Retina display.All of T-Mobile's three iPads are included in this promotion. The standard prices on the 24-month EIP plan are $26.24 per month for the 16GB
Overall, customers will end up paying less for the LTE-enabled iPad than for the Wi-Fi only versions, although they'll also have to pay extra for the data plan. Does this sound like a good deal to you?
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Only a great offer if you enjoy overpriced bricks.
posted on May 06, 2015, 1:02 PM 0
Posts: 55; Member since: May 05, 2013
iPads are not bricks by any means. With that said, I cannot see myself purchasing this device over a Surface 3. The fanless atom processor, and the ability to download and install legacy programs (iTunes) makes it a no-brainer in my opinion.
posted on May 06, 2015, 3:10 PM 0
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Good offer, still too high price for such bastardized toy...
posted on May 06, 2015, 11:39 AM 2
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That toy is the best tablet available in the market today. P.S only samsung is able to make a tablet better than IPad
posted on May 06, 2015, 12:00 PM 0
Posts: 359; Member since: Jan 10, 2014
Surface Pro 3? Agreed totally. Surface 3? not at all. iPad is still best in the business when it comes to tablet. Surface Pro series too costly in the segment. agree its ultimate though but not every1's cup of tea. iPad = Best Tablet ever. Comment coming from a hardcore Android fan.
posted on May 06, 2015, 2:41 PM 2
Posts: 55; Member since: May 05, 2013
Have you ever tried the Surface line of products? Speed? Build Quality? Impossible. iPad cannot compare to the Magnesium used for the Surface. I own an iPad Air and the Surface Pro 3. Seriously speaking.... Even Internet Explorer is faster than Safari. It also loads pages properly (no mobile browsers). I'll give you the Apps category, and battery life, but it literally stops there. If developers would get off their high horse and provide Windows with proper apps while taking advantage of Cortana integration and live tiles, Microsoft would be a force to recon with. The Surface 3 (not the pro version) is able to download and install iTunes for crying out loud. That says a lot to me. The Surface Pro 3, from a complete shut down, is fully operational in less than 10 seconds once powered on. Your perspective may change if you have the opportunity to use both devices (iPad and Surface) side by side while connected to the same wireless network.
posted on May 06, 2015, 9:11 PM 0
Guys let's be real about this. The Surface is a hybrid, not a tablet. The iPad is a tablet. Here are some strengths and weaknesses of each iPad Lightweigth Smaller frame Portable Gaming! Surface Productivity(suite Keyboard! Beastly processor.
posted on May 06, 2015, 6:37 PM 0
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