Rogers, Telus and Bell Will Offer iPad Air on Nov. 1

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Currently our Big 3 carriers Rogers, Telus and Bell already carry cellular versions of the iPad and iPad mini. Now, all three have announced they will also be carrying the newly announced iPad Air and Retina iPad mini on November 1, the same day as Apple’s launch.

Rogers sent the following release statement:

The iPad Air will launch on Nov. 1, while the iPad mini with Retina display, will launch later in November. Rogers customers can take advantage of our Share Everything plans for their new iPad. For $10 a month, they can share data across up to 10 devices.

Telus had this to say:

We’re excited to let you know that TELUS will offer iPad Air with Wi-Fi + Cellular in Canada on November 1, 2013, and iPad mini with Retina display later in November. TELUS will offer these new iPads with a range of attractive data plans that will allow customers on Canada’s most reliable 4G LTE network.

…and Bell as well:

Bell announced that it will offer iPad Air with Wi-Fi + Cellular in Canada on Friday, November 1, and iPad mini with Retina display later in November. Bell will offer these new iPads with a range of attractive data plans that will allow customers to connect to our fast LTE network.

iPad data plans from each carrier which were slightly adjusted in August, but so far have stayed the same:

If you’re looking for a cellular iPad, refurbished third generation models are available from Apple.

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  • youreallyhavenoclue

    I can’t see this swaying me from getting a wifi version and using my personal hotspot with 6 GB on my plan. Hmmm. Someone must be buying them though.

  • nightfly

    Just renegotiated my plan with Rogers since I am not under contract any more. Unlimited talk and text anywhere in Canada plus voice mail, plus 20gb of data for $155 and they waived the $10 share devices fee. Is this a good deal? Does any one have a better deal out there? Surprisely Rogers calls this a loyalty plans-:). Now just still deciding whether to upgrade to Mini with Retina.

  • Peter

    Your headline for this article is completely misleading.
    The Big 3 have said they will offer *iPad Air* on Nov. 1, NOT Retina iPad mini on Nov. 1. That is later in November.
    Reading the headline on the main page of your site, you got me all excited that the Retina iPad mini would be available on Nov. 1, only to be disappointed upon actually reading the article.

  • youreallyhavenoclue

    20 GB of data? holy freaking crap! I’m paying $105 for all the bells and whistles (unlimited everything) and only 6GB of data. That sounds like an amazing deal and I scoured red flag deals before signing up for my plan. Nice work!

  • Whoops, I see how that was a mistake. Updated.