Three is the latest network to announce tariffs for the iPad, offering larger data allowances than its rivals for the same price, which could suit heavy enterprise data users.
Prices for the 16GB Wi-Fi and 3G iPad start at £199 when customers sign up to a £25 per month, two-year contract and include a 15GB allowance.
Three is also offering the 32GB and 64GB models for £249 and £349 when signing up to the £25 contracts.
Customers also have the option of buying the iPad outright and then using a one-month rolling or pay-as-you-go micro-SIM.
The upfront cost of SIM-free tablet starts at £529 for the 16GB model and goes up to £699 for the 64GB. Customers can then sign a one-month rolling contract for £7.50 for 1GB of data or £15 for 10GB, which is likely to entice enterprise users.
Casual users may find pay-as-you-go tariffs more suitable, with 1GB per 30 days available for £10 or 3GB for 30 days for £20.
"We are delighted to launch new pricing options for iPad with Wi-Fi and 3G, in addition to our competitive SIM-only plans for iPad in the UK," said Marc Allera, sales and marketing director at Three.
"Ours is the largest 3G network in the country and came first in the two most recent YouGov surveys of mobile broadband customers, ensuring our customers enjoy the very best mobile performance on iPad."
Three's deals represent significantly better value that those from T-Mobile and Orange. Although the operators will also make the iPad available for £199, only existing customers can sign up to a £25 per month, 24-month contract.
New customers, meanwhile, will be charged £27 per month for the same package, which includes 5GB of data from Orange and a rather paltry 2GB from T-Mobile.
With 15GB being offered by Three for the same price, it is hard to see users turning to other operators. The only downside to Three's offers is that they are only available at in-store at present.
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