Hot on the heels of Orange, Vodafone has announced its iPad 2 prices for the UK undercutting its competitor on the £199 pricing of the second-gen tablet.
Much like Orange, Vodafone has declared it will offer the 16GB Wi-Fi + 3G version of the iPad 2 for just £199 as part of a two year contract. Unlike the Everything Everywhere network, however, Vodafone has overlooked the £25 per month pricing instead opting for a new national low of, wait for it, £24.50 per month.
For this monthly expense Vodafone’s iPad 2 customers will be treated to a 2GB of data monthly allowance and a 1GB data allowance over the BT Openzone Wi-Fi network. Those exceeding their monthly quota will be charged £15 for addition 1GB of data used by the red-hued network.
Apple announced earlier this week that the iPad 2 would be made available from 5pm on Friday, March 25th, with all third party retailers such as Vodafone and Orange to hold stocks until that hour.