5th Gen 32GB 9.7" iPad & 20GB Data $29 Per Month for 24 Months @ Telstra

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Similar to the Optus deal but with more data, no option of 128Gb however. $1 more expensive than the previous deal. Superior network IMO.

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    Nice. Very nice. If it wasn't the data pool, I would go with this deal instead of Optus deal.

    • +1 vote

      Data pool? ( = Quota? )

      This iPad seems to be a generation back from current, yes?

      An Optus deal offers a 6th Gen iPad [ Air? ]…

      I trust all Apple iOS devices an Unlocked.., so,
      after the nearly $700 for this deal is paid off,
      Buyer can pivot to a cheap data plan, eg, Optus,
      or Voda [ via Kogan? ]

      Still no Affordable Unlimited mobile data in AU?

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    Does anyone know if cashback applies to this?

  • +13 votes

    Note: 5th gen doesnt have apple pencil support.

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    Isn’t the $29 companion deal still around? $29 for 6th gen iPad (2018) with 10GB and shaping to 1.5/1.5Mbps.

    Might be better for those with an existing Telstra service.

    • +1 vote

      Yes, I received an sms today from Telstra for the 6th gen offer and it can also be upgraded 128gb for $39 p/m (10gb data)

      Enjoy the amazing iPad (6th gen) 32GB on Australia's best mobile network, for just $29/mth with 10GB data. Min cost $696 over 24mths. Data for use in Aus. Order now: http://tel.st/29ipad

      Having a horrible time loading Telstra websites for the last half hour or so, I'm on Telstra nbn, maybe that's it 😂

  • +18 votes

    This one is old 5th gen, not the latest that Optus offers. So not similar at all.
    Also Optus 6th gen 128 gb is only $5 extra.

    Agree on better network in Telstra, but do you need better network on tablet?

    • -3 votes

      Buying anything apple that is not the absolute latest is very risky. The only 2 Apple products I bought were near useless before 2 years was up. If you get something that is already 1+ year old you're not going to get much use out of it. And it has a 24 month contract!!

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    I got a iPad mini 5 for $24 on small plan off Telstra today, $20 discount delivers from 23/4. My wife has this iPad 5th gen, works great bought it off gumtree for $250 and use a old Telstra data share sim at 0$.

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    Don't use iPad much. Hope much would the 5th and 6th gen worth on the open market?

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    I just got an iPad 6th Gen 128GB for $34/ Month with Telstra. I was supposed to get 20gb data but was accidentally bumped up to 25GB so I'm not complaining. I don't have any existing services with Telstra but just got lucky with the sales team.

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    What happens after 24 months? Are you still charged $29/month for 20GB of data out of contract? Or does the data plan just stop? Or something else?

    • +1 vote

      Based on the plan details, the data plan costs $29 and the device repayments are $10. But you receive a $10 credit for the 24 months bringing it back to just the cost for the plan. I'd assume once the 24 months are up you'd roll on to a month by month $29 data plan. You'd just need to schedule to cancel the plan at that stage if you're looking for something cheaper.

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      I recently contracted a Telstra iPad offer and the welcome letter states.

      10 Monthly Credit - Until Recontract - You will receive a Bonus $10 monthly mobile credit
      Mobile Data Bonus 10GB - Until Recontract

      So it looks like after 24months it will be a $19 plan.

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    20gb data on this plan which includes 15gb bonus data , does anyone know if the bonus data is for the 24 month contract period or ongoing?

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      Likelihood is that they’ll have better sim only data plans at different price points in 24 months

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    You can get a 6th gen with 10 gig for the same price through Telstra.

    https://www.telstra.com.au/tablets/tablets-on-a-plan/ipad-9-...

    I managed to get an extra $10 loyalty discount through disconnections chat but it took several hours and had to argue that I already had a $20 ipad deal from 2 years ago and wanted to match that.

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