Verizon Wireless has posted a Frequently Asked Questions document offering further details of its new iPad Wi-Fi + MiFi 2200 bundles and the associated data plans. According to the FAQ, the bundle will be available at Verizon’s stores, verizonwireless.com, via telesales, and through business-to-business sales representatives, but will not be available from Apple. In addition to the $20 for 1GB monthly plan, Verizon is also offering a $35 for 3GB plan, and a $50 for 5GB option; overages will be charged in 1GB increments and will cost $20, $10, or $10, respectively, depending on the plan. Notably, customers will need to sign a service agreement for the 3G plans, but the plans are available on a month-to-month basis without any termination fee. The document also notes that the MiFi 220 is a 3G-only device, and neither it nor the iPad can be upgraded to support 4G networks.
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