With the iPad pre-orders starting today for the international crowd in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the UK, many carriers are starting to reveals their 3G data pricing plans for the new device.
Carriers like Orange UK revealed pricing details for daily, weekly and monthly options for 3G iPad users last week while others are revealing plans like AT&T with caps at different data levels like 250MB, 500MB, 1GB, 3GB and unlimited.
Canada’s Rogers Wireless has revealed information directly on Apple Canada’s website that shows that Rogers will offer monthly plans similar to AT&T at caps of 250MB, Unlimited and an option to tether your iPad to your current data bucket. That “bolt-on plan” has since been removed due to an alleged error on Apple’s part. A Rogers Community Manager was able to confirm that the plan was a mistake and more information was made available later on in the day on their official blog.
Below are the pricing plans for the other respective countries where the iPad will be available starting May 28th. Some carriers have yet to announce their pricing plans.
– Germany – O2, Vodafone, and T-Mobile
– France – Orange and SFR
– Italy – Vodafone and 3
– Japan – Softbank
– Spain – Orange, Vodafone, and Telefonica
– Switzerland – Swisscom and Orange