LTE enabled fourth-generation Apple iPad and Apple iPad mini are now available at Sprint stores

LTE enabled fourth-generation Apple iPad and Apple iPad mini are now available at Sprint stores
Sprint announced on Friday that it has started offering the LTE enabled version of the fourth-generation Apple iPad and the Apple iPad mini. Admittedly, the nation's third largest carrier has a limited supply of the two tablets. Sprint customers with a smartphone plan can add 1GB of data for the tablets for $15 per month, or 100MB of data for $10 monthly.

Customers who miss out on purchasing either tablet can sign up on a waitlist with the purchase of a $50 gift card. Those on the list will be guaranteed a tablet when the inventory is replenished. The 16GB Wi-Fi + cellular version of the Apple iPad mini is $459, the 32GB version is $559 and the 64GB variant is $659. The prices for the Wi-Fi + cellular fourth-generation Apple iPad are $629, $729 and $829 for the `16GB, 32GB and 64GB models respectively.

source: Sprint

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6 Comments

1. michaelmoreno1983

Posts: 8; Member since: Oct 27, 2012

Who will be the first to complain?

2. miladkhahil

Posts: 26; Member since: Dec 08, 2008

What the point of selling LTE Devices when there's no available network to support it , i have my iphone 5 and still running slow 3G on sprint crappy network ....

3. miladkhahil

Posts: 26; Member since: Dec 08, 2008

What the point of selling LTE Devices when there's no available network to support it , i have my iphone 5 and still running slow 3G on sprint crappy network ....got me a new line with Verizon and surfing the fast LTE ...

4. michaelmoreno1983

Posts: 8; Member since: Oct 27, 2012

We have a winner!! lol

5. deathyyy

Posts: 101; Member since: Dec 20, 2011

This is definitely not happening in all stores, or in corporate stores. One of the two. Not yet anyways.

6. axllebeer

Posts: 271; Member since: Apr 05, 2011

I would do this if the prices were reasonable. They are more than $100 more than the wifi version. This would only be good for someone that didn't have a smartphone considering that every modern phone has the ability for wifi hotspot. I'm glad to see Sprint get this, but when I already have a Sprint LTE phone with no LTE available that I can use as a hotspot for way less cost, what's the point?

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