Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) has just released the latest offerings of Apple, which are the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 in the Lion state.
The Telco will combine its mobile broadband packages with Apple’s newest tablet devices that are beefed up with crisp Wi-fi connectivity. The bundles may consist of either a 5 GB or 10 GB data storage capacity with SingTel Wi-Fi which has a data cap that is set at 2GB.
SingTel’s spokesperson stated to Channel NewsAsia that aside from the monthly subscription that goes along with the package of your choice, the customers who acquire the devices offered from SingTel will have to shell out S$15 each month for two years, to clear out the price upfront fee.
The spokesperson also said that the top-up payment plan is obligatory for the series of sales and Telco will make an assessment in the near future whether it will continue to make it mandatory or as an opt-in feature instead. This will mark the first time that the company has provided top-up payment plans.
For those who yearn to have the iPad devices you may visit SingTel’s website for more details on the pricing, availability and features of the offered packages.