In a classic "let's release news about Apple products at an annoyingly slow speed" move, Telstra, Vodafone and Optus have all confirmed that they plan to offer iPad-specific plans when (if?) the iPad finally launches at the end of May. Of course, there's no actual details of prices, or even a set release date (beyond May 10 for pre-orders), but at least you'll have a choice of options when it comes to getting rorted for an additional plan for your new tablet.
Carriers Promise iPad Plans, Offer No Details
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