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Apple's new iPad - read our first look at the new tablet here - went on sale today. Want one of the 3G-enabled models? To help you work out which network will offer you the best data deal, we've compared carriers' tariffs to see how they match up.

As it stands, Three offers the best bang for your buck, with more 3G data than anyone else, at a lower overall cost.

O2 has yet to provide iPad 3 prices, but it is still offering Sim-only packages should you buy your new iPad from Apple or a general retailer.

As well as the tariffs below, several carriers offer trade-in deals for older iPads, so if you already have one of Apple's fondleslabs, you may find yourself able to save more. Shop around. ®

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