iPad subsidy offers lure student customers in France
France telecom operator Orange has teamed up with France's Ministry for Higher Education to offer subsidized iPads to French university students for €1 a day. The deal comes at a time when iPads are becoming recognized as a boon to students in the classroom partly due to the educational apps and textbooks available for the devices.
The Orange France offer allows students to sign up for a 2-year deal in which they pay €30 a month for a 16GB iPad 2 Wi-Fi+3G. Students can also opt for a 12-month plan with the same device for €34 a month. In addition to the iPad, students also get 1 GB of free data a month as well as unlimited data for emails (and attachments) and also unlimited data on Orange's Wi-Fi hot spots.
French students can take advantage of the offer by going to www.proximamobile.fr or www.orange.fr and verifying their student credentials.
France telecom operator Orange has teamed up with France's Ministry for Higher Education to offer subsidized iPads to French...
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