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Best iPad Pro deals and where you can buy the new Apple tablet for the cheapest price

Best iPad Pro deals and where you can buy the new Apple tablet for the cheapest price

Despite the fact that it was announced last week, Apple's brand new iPad Pro is already on sale.

Top of the Christmas lists across the country, the new piece of hardware from the technology giants has been available for pre-order last week, but is now starting to be presented on shelves across the country.

Those like Vodafone, EE, O2 and Sky Mobile all have the coveted new device in stock, which comes with a tariff plan with different amounts of monthly data.

Of course you can also buy the new Apple iPad Pro without a monthly commitment, where you have to pay the full costs in advance.

Shops across the UK have already started running out of the new device, so we can not expect big price reductions, but Black Friday is just around the corner …

You get the new 11-inch iPad Pro from John Lewis and Apple from £ 769, while the 12.9-inch is available from John Lewis and Apple from £ 969.

It is not cheap

We have shown the best rates for the new iPad Pro below, both on the 12.9-inch and the 11-inch tablet.

The best deals for the new 11-inch iPad Pro

  • Sky Mobile: £ 26 per month for 1 GB of data, unlimited minutes and text messages and no pre-costs on a Swap36 subscription
  • O2: £ 36.12 per month for 3GB data with a prepayment of £ 20 for a 36-month subscription
  • Vodafone: £ 53 per month for data of 5 GB with a prepayment of £ 60
  • EE: £ 54 per month for 2 GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts and no costs in advance

The best deals for the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro

  • Sky Mobile: £ 31 per month for 1 GB of data, unlimited minutes and text messages and no pre-costs on a Swap36 subscription
  • O2: £ 44.89 per month for 5 GB of data and £ 20 start-up costs on a 36-month plan
  • EE: £ 63 per month for 2 GB of data, unlimited minutes and text messages & and £ 50 start-up costs
  • Vodafone: £ 65 per month for 5 GB of data with an unstable cost of £ 60

We continue to add to the page because new deals and dealers are announced, although we do not expect the price of the stand-alone handset to drop rapidly, with Apple products having their original price tag after the release of the original release for a fair share to hold.

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