T-Mobile CEO John Legere was dropping hints last week that his carrier would play a part in the new iPad launches, and we now know just what he meant. The Apple Store mentions that both the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display will have options for T-Mobile LTE in addition to the AT&T, Sprint and Verizon support we've seen in previous iPad generations. There's even a special treat for choosing Magenta's network -- like customers using other 4G Connect devices, iPad owners will get 200MB of free data per month. They can pay for 2.5GB ($30) or 4.5GB ($40) per month if they need more, and the device remains unlocked. The new option only makes sense in places with good T-Mobile coverage, but it could prove tempting for iPad fans who aren't keen on paying for cellular data.
iPad Air and Retina iPad mini will support T-Mobile LTE, including 200MB of free monthly data
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