Apple's online store has slowed to a crawl with the traffic after the announcement of the 3rd generation iPad. Here are the data plan prices for AT&T and Verizon iPads on the 4G LTE network:

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Both AT&T and Verizon's data plans overlap in the 2GB an 5GB allotments and cost $30/mo and $50/mo respectively. Meanwhile, AT&T offers a lower end 250MB tier at $14.99/mo, while Verizon offers 10GB tier for $80/month. These are month-to-month no-contract plans like on the iPad 2.

Update: Though these plans were taken from Apple's Online Store, AT&T has gotten in touch with us and pointed out that their $30 data plan actually offers 3GB/month of data, making AT&T's $30 plan a better deal than Verizon's.

Update 2: Verizon has also reached out to remind us that the carrier offers a 1 GB plan priced at $20. It seems that Apple's site was offering some outdated or incorrect information on data plans when the store was first coming online. Apple's site is now showing the proper options, although Verizon also offers one additional plan not shown on Apple's site: 10 GB for $80.

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Top Rated Comments

dave420 Avatar
135 months ago
So with LTE we can hit the cap in under 15 minutes? Awesome!
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macduke Avatar
135 months ago
Should be $30/mo for 3GB, not 2GB AT&T!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jayhawk11 Avatar
135 months ago
$250mb for $15/month? What a ripoff. That'll take no time at all to hit on LTE speeds.

It would take 27 seconds to hit that at the maximum speed advertised.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
utwarreng Avatar
135 months ago
$250mb for $15/month? What a ripoff. That'll take no time at all to hit on LTE speeds.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DiamondMac Avatar
135 months ago
Pathetic.

Should be criminal to continue screwing consumers to this extent
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Diode Avatar
135 months ago
Good to see the networks are still in bed with each other and have little incentive to lower prices.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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