In Canada, both Rogers Wireless and Telus are to offer the LTE-enabled iPad and iPad mini in the “coming weeks,” while Wind Mobile has started offering nano-SIM cards for AWS iPhone 5 handsets for $25.
The news reached us from Engadget, who notes of Rogers and Telus’ forthcoming LTE iPad availability:
Details are scarce, although the two networks promise that they’ll keep offering contract-free data plans. We’ve reached out to learn whether or not Bell is following suit.
In addition, Wind Mobile is now offering nano-SIMs for the iPhone 5, provided customers have an AWS-enabled smartphone (model number A1428), with serial numbers beginning:
Black 16GB -FH19- White 16GB -FH1C- Black 32GB -FH1D- White 32GB -FH1F- Black 64GB -FH1G- White 64GB -FH1H-
Though Wind isn’t offering LTE, customers will nevertheless have access to the carrier’s HSPA+ data network.
As noted above, Rogers and Telus are said to be offering the LTE-enabled iPad and iPad mini from their respective stores in the “coming weeks.”