Apple Reveals Cost of iPad in UK, Orange Reveals iPad 3G Tariffs

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    Following hot on the heels of today’s iPad release date and pre-order news, Engadget reports that Apple has revealed the tax-inclusive prices of all iPads for the UK and Europe, which are as follows:

    Europe:

    16GB WiFi-only €479
    32GB WiFi-only €579
    64GB WiFi-only €679
    16GB WiFi+3G €579
    32GB WiFi+3G €679
    64GB WiFi+3G €779

    UK:
    16GB WiFi-only £429
    32GB WiFi-only £499
    64GB WiFi-only £599
    16GB WiFi+3G £529
    32GB WiFi+3G £599
    64GB WiFi+3G £699

    British newspapers such as the Daily Mail and The Times have wasted no time in pointing out that the iPad will cost approximately £80 more than it does in the States, with the Mail citing this as another example of “Rip-off Britainâ€. And continuing on that theme, UK mobile operator Orange is the first to announce its data plans for the iPad Wi-Fi + 3G, for customers in the UK, France, Spain and Switzerland. Customers can choose from a simple “Pay monthly for what you use†plan of 5p per MB, or one of four money-saving bundles for more planned or frequent use:

    iPad Daily- £2 for up to 200MB
    iPad Weekly - £7.50 for up to 1GB
    iPad Monthly 15 (recurring) - £15 for up to 3GB + unlimited browsing at Wi-Fi hotspots
    iPad Monthly 25 (recurring) - £25 for up to 10GB + unlimited browsing at Wi-Fit hotspots
    (Thanks to forum member Zorban for the heads- up)

    By Maura Sutton, iPadForums.net
    Source: iPad international launch is go on May 28 (update: pricing) -- Engadget
     

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