If you want to get your hands on the new iPad with Wi-Fi and 4G (even though you'll only be able to connect to 3G networks in the UK), mobile operator Orange has outlined its subsidised deals.
Orange is offering existing customers the chance to buy the 16GB model for £199 on a 24-month, £25 per month contract. The 32GB model will cost £249 to existing customers on the same contract, and the 64GB model £349.
If you're not an existing Orange customer, you'll need to add on £30. The contracts offer 1GB of data you can use at any time and 1GB of Quiet Time data, which can be used between midnight and 4am, as well as unlimited BT Openzone Wi-Fi.
If you want to get a new iPad and an iPhone as well, though, you can get a Connected plan from Orange. At a cost of £66 per month over 24 months, you could get a new 16GB iPad as well as a new 16GB iPhone 4S with no upfront cost, though if you want the 64GB models of both the new iPad and iPhone 4S you'll have to fork out £199.99 initially.
This plan gives you 600 minutes of call time, unlimited texts, 2GB of data to share across your new iPad and iPhone, and unlimited BT Openzone Wi-Fi.
Three hasn't put its prices online yet, but we're hearing that it is offering 24-month, £29 per month contracts offering 15GB of data with an upfront cost of £99. We'll let you know when this is confirmed.
O2 told Macworld that it wouldn't be selling the new iPad, but would offer the same data plans for the new iPad as it already offers for the iPad 2.
We're still awaiting pricing confirmation from the other mobile operators in the UK, but will bring you this information as soon as we receive it.