Couldn't place an order online for the iPad 2? Queues too long at the nearest Apple Store or PC World? Then perhaps you might want to get to an Orange shop.
The network operator will be selling the 16GB 3G + Wi-Fi iPad 2 for £199 to existing Orange customers on a two-year, £25 per month contract.
Non-Orange customers will be able to buy the device for £229, on a two-year, £27 per month contract. T-Mobile, Orange's Everything Everywhere partner, is offering a similar deal.
Rival Vodafone has a choice of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacity models, it said, and will charge existing customers £199 up front for the 16GB device as well as £24.50 per month over two years. The 32GB and 64GB models cost £249 and £349 respectively.
If you aren't a Vodafone customer, you'll pay £229, £279 or £379 respectively, and £27 per month for two years. Three is yet to announce its pricing though has said it will stock the iPad 2. O2 is not expected to stock the iPad 2 though hasn't confirmed this.
Those who don't want to buy a 3G + Wi-Fi version, or would rather not sign up to a two-year contract, can go to an Apple Store or authorised reseller, though it is by no means guaranteed that you'll be lucky enough to get your hands on an iPad 2, given that queues in many places started yesterday.
If you want to buy a Wi-Fi only version of the iPad 2 it'll cost you £399.00 inc VAT for the 16GB model, £479.00 inc VAT for the 32GB model, £559.00 inc VAT for the 64GB model.
The iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G will be available for a suggested retail price of £499.00 inc VAT for the 16GB model, £579.00 inc VAT for the 32GB model and £659.00 inc VAT for the 64GB model.