“On the original iPad, AT&T offered two monthly options: 250MB of data for $15 or 2GB for $25. Once that prepaid data plan was used up, people could either wait until the next month or just pay again and start a new month of service,” Ina Fried reports for AllThingsD.
“With the new iPad, there are a couple additional options,” Fried reports. “In addition to offering the same options it did with the original iPad, AT&T is adding a second option, where users get billed at the end of the month. Users pay the same amount for the two data plans, but instead of buying a new plan if they run over their monthly allotment, users are billed at $10 per gigabyte for overages.”
Fried reports, “Finally, the iPad 2 also comes in a Verizon option. Verizon has several monthly plans ranging from $20 per month to $80 per month and anywhere from 1GB to 10GB of data.”
Full article, with a chart of all the plans and their costs, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JES42” for the heads up.]