Following yesterday’s statement that T-Mobile would start selling the iPad, the business today debuted initial strategies to provide customers 16 GB cellular versions of the Retina iPad mini and the iPad Air without any downpayment.

Like various other T-Mobile ‘UnCarrier’ providings, the tablets will require a regular monthly hardware charge, which begins at $26.25 per month for the entry level 16 GB iPad Air and $22.08 for the 16 GB iPad mini with Retina Display. At 24 regular monthly payments of $26.25, the 16 GB cellular iPad Air winds up costing $630, which is ultimately the same price Apple and other carriers offer the iPad for.

Payments for the 32 and 64 GB variations of both iPads will increase with storage ability, as will the downpayment. For the 32 GB Air and mini, customers will should pay $99 up front, and $199 in advance for the 64 GB variations. The first-generation iPad mini’ll also be available from T-Mobile, at no downpayment and $17.91 per month.

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T-Mobile strategies to provide customers with an entry level information package of 200 MB at no expense, with added data, up to 4.5 GB, offered for an additional charge. T-Mobile also offers daily and weekly data passes for the iPad Air and the iPad minis, charging $5 for 500 MB of daily data or $10 for a week of unlimited data with 1 GB available at LTE rates.

‘When you buy a product as amazing as iPad, you may want to have the ability to link when and where you desire, merely and affordably,’ stated John Legere, head of state and CEO of T-Mobile. ‘By offering cost-free information for life with unbelievable ahead of time prices, T-Mobile is un-leashing clients to completely enjoy iPad as it was implied to be taken pleasure in – mobile and connected.’

Apple’s iPad Air will be offered for acquisition on November 1, while the iPad mini with Retina display will be readily available later in November.