Last week Fido brought back their tablet data promo which offers 3GB of data for $15 per month.
Now, Virgin Mobile has matched Fido’s offer, while offering Apple’s 32GB LTE iPad for $158 off on a two-year term, part of the $19.22 per month payment plan. This works out to be $17.52 cheaper compared to Fido, as the iPad works out to $461.28.
Apple.ca currently sells a cellular 32GB iPad for $619.
It’s worth noting Virgin also charges a one-time $25 “connection fee” for new activations or hardware upgrades.
What makes this offer different from Fido is that you don’t need to be an existing customer to get it, plus you’re saving a bit more on the LTE iPad.
Let us know if you’re going to be jumping on this…
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