T-Mobile is at it again in its effort to shake up the wireless industry.
Starting Saturday, the carrier will begin selling 4G-enabled iPads for the same price as wi-fi-only models.
Rival carriers typically charge $130 extra for 4G devices.
As part of the promotion, termed "Operation Tablet Freedom," the company is offering customers around 1.2 gigabytes of free 4G LTE data each month for the rest of the year.
In 2015, tablet data plans will start at $10 a month when purchased along with voice service.
4G-enabled tablets from Samsung and Google will also sell at a discount.
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