China Unicom iPad 3G Data Plan

On 1st September, China Unicom began listing and selling Micro Sim cards, a day later however and the emergency brake had been applied halting sales of the tiny Sim.
Sources claim that the listing was a mistake and the new standard of Sim shouldn’t have been released until later this month (September 15th) when the iPhone 4 and hopefully iPad are rumoured to launch.
From this ‘leak’ we’ve learned that Unicom will be offering 5 levels of service for the iPad 3G ranging from 50 yuan to 300 yuan a month on a pre-paid basis.
The “China Unicom WCDMA mini wireless network card” pictured here is said to be a special iPad only sim, which will default to the 80 yuan per month service giving the user a 1Gb data limit. More data can be added through the month if needed by ‘topping up’ at China Unicom branches.

Previous Shell Suit Compatible Nike and Adidas Knock Off Phones
Next Google Still Doesn’t Have Mapping License