Telstra (ASX:TLS) has specified its data plans for the iPad, and cut the price of its existing mobile plans in an attempt to woo back customers.
The operator has revealed that it will offer pre-paid data plans for the iPad, charging $20 for 1GB of data up to $60 for 6GB. Telstra’s wireless broadband plans charge $40 for 1GB of data.
Unused data allowances will expire after 30 days.
Telstra has also increased the SMS and minutes of use allowance of its post-paid cap and ultimate mobile plans, and introduced a $49 cap including $400 worth of calls and SMS and 200MB of data.
But the plans are still more expensive than many offered by Telstra’s competitors.
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