by Brent Dirks
March 7, 2012
One question not immediately answered during today’s event was the data plan pricing for the iPad’s 4G LTE service on Verizon and AT&T. But we have the answers. Thankfully, just like the 3G connectivity on the iPad 2, plans from both Verizon and AT&T will be no-contract and month-to-month. The least expensive option is 250MB per month on AT&T for $14.99. AT&T’s other plans include 2GB per month for $30 and 5GB for $50. Verizon’s lowest cost option is $30 for 2GB. Also offered is the same 5GB for $50. For big spenders, you can grab a max of 10GB per month for $80. In the screenshot, grabbed by MacRumors, there is no mention of overage charges. Hopefully, those charges will be announced soon to help consumers decide which iPad to purchase.