Fido is currently offering a sale on cellular iPads from 2017, as you can get the following models on discount:
- 32GB LTE for $359 (save $260)
- 128GB LTE for $489 (save $260)
If you take a look at the Apple.ca refurbished store, 2017 LTE models are selling for $449 and $539 respectively, for 32GB and 128GB models. So Fido LTE iPads are cheaper by $90 and $50 (updated) and they are brand new, not refurbished (although Apple refurbished is pretty darn good).
Again, if you were in the market for a cellular iPad, I don’t think you can get a better deal right now, than these offerings from Fido. You can also finance them from Fido by paying monthly on a two-year term.
For reference, Apple’s latest 2018 cellular iPads cost $599 and $719 respectively for 32GB and 128GB models if you want the latest and greatest, which now support Apple Pencil.
If you’re holding out for a 2017 refurbished Wi-Fi iPad, they usually sell for $319 for the 32GB model, and should be restocked soon (they were restocked yesterday briefly, but sold out immediately).
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