Orange and Vodafone have confirmed that they will offer the iPad 2 for £199 from 5pm on 25 March.
Vodafone is offering a range of options on contract and pay-as-you-go tariffs. A 16GB iPad 2 will cost £199 if existing customers sign up to a £24.50 per month, two-year contract.
The operator is also offering 32GB devices for £249 and the 64GB model for an upfront fee of £349 to existing users.
However, customers new to Vodafone will be charged a higher upfront and monthly fee. The 16GB version will cost £229, rising to £270 for the 32GB device and £379 for the 64GB iPad 2. The monthly charge will also rise to £27.
The allowance includes 2GB of mobile data and 1GB of BT Openzone Wi-Fi. Users will be warned before they approach the 2GB limit, a spokesperson confirmed to V3.co.uk, and will then be charged £15 for every 1GB thereafter.
Meanwhile, customers that use up the 1GB BT Openzone data allowance will be charged the standard rate for continued use, V3.co.uk was told.
Vodafone is also offering the tablet on pay-as-you-go starting at £499 for the 16GB model.
Customers will receive 250MB of mobile data for £2 per day. This rises to £7.50 for 500MB and £15 for 2GB. Both tariffs also come with 1GB of free Wi-Fi access to Openzone.
Orange, meanwhile, will offer a 16GB iPad 2 for £199 if customers sign up to a £25 per month 24-month contract, the network said in an email to people who had pre-registered for the device.
The allowance will include 1GB of anytime data, 1GB of quiet time data that can be used between midnight and 4pm and unlimited Wi-Fi, the operator said.
T-Mobile and Three told V3.co.uk that they will announce prices on Friday, and O2 had not responded at the time of writing.
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