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#60215 22-Apr-2010 10:34
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Apple has announced that iPad 3G will be shipped to all U.S. customers from Friday, April 30th. Apple is also taking all the steps to make the device available on Apple retail stores the same day, starting at 5 p.m. While the iPad with 3G connectivity will cost $130 more than the Wi-Fi models, the 16GB iPad 3G will cost $629 and the 32GB and 64GB will come with a price tag of $729, and $829 respectively.

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Master Geek


  #321839 22-Apr-2010 21:23
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Great, should be arriving in NZ via duty free etc soon after.... including mine :)
All we need now is for Telecom XT & Vodafone to wake up and get plans and the 3FF Micro SIM cards sorted out.

Otherwise its a pair of good scissors to trim up regular SIM cards or the item below.
http://www.microsimadapter.com/Site/Welcome.html


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Master Geek


#326218 3-May-2010 22:34
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First 3G iPad just sold on TradeMe for $2020.... smokin!!

 
 
 
 


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  #326254 4-May-2010 08:43
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downhill: First 3G iPad just sold on TradeMe for $2020.... smokin!!


Some people have more money that cents Money mouth




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