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Sprint wants to give your iPad unlimited data for $20/month (and a few strings attached)

Sprint wants to attract more iPad customers with its new $20/month unlimited data plan for tablet users. As with most carrier deals, there are a few strings attached. You have to purchase the cellular iPad from Sprint, have at least one phone line with the carrier and turn on AutoPay for automatic billing. It’s also not totally unlimited if you want to do anything beyond email and web browsing.
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