After two years of sitting on the sidelines, Sprint will finally be landing the iPad this fall. Once they become available, the carrier will be offering LTE versions of both the new iPad and the iPad mini.

And it looks like it has some new data plans to go with the new tablets. The company announced last night that starting November 11, it will be offering new 4G tablet data plans starting as low $15…

As you can see, the plans are pretty straight forward. $15 for 300MB, $35 for 3GB, $50 for 6GB and $80 for 12GB. The term ‘Month Pass’ means that you don’t have to be in a contract to be eligible for them.

Sprint says that the plans offer 20% more data than its competitors at similar prices, and it’s mostly right. Verizon charges $50 for 5GB and $80 for 10GB prepaid tablet plans, and AT&T has similar pricing.

The bad news is, Sprint’s LTE network pales in comparison to the other two carriers, as it’s only in a handful of markets. But with its new Softbank-Clearwire deal, that could change rather quickly.

Apple announced the fourth generation iPad and iPad mini at a media event on Tuesday. The tablets will be available for pre-order starting Friday, October 26, and in stores (Wi-Fi model) November 2nd.

Any excited Sprint customers out there?


  • Guest

    In Australia I’m paying $11.99/month. This includes $500 talk/text to anyone, $500 talk to other LC members and 1.5GB’s of data – social networking is free… You guys are getting ripped off so bad, and all of this is WITHOUT a contract.

  • Milad Khahil

    Not really too excited when you already having problem connecting with my iphone 5 3G network ….

  • no cash out?

  • Sprint is garbage. For instance if u do get sprint 4g in some places, and where there’s no 4g, what u gonna fall back on? Not their 3G for sure, because that’s unusable.