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Posted on 2011-09-30
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What are the options available to connect the IPAD2 to access the internet? There is no place to have the phone sim to insert (3G) . Do we need go via phone  ?
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When you first activate the iPad 2 it should prompt to create an account with a 3G service provider.
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OK . it will used 3g . how the I pad will connect to the  3G provider ? without sim
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The SIM is built into the iPad2 (at least in the USA...can't speak to other countries).  You buy an AT&T or a Verizon iPad and feed it a credit card to get started with 3G.
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by:cur
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if I get the one from the shop and want to used in . how about the way to go
SIM card is inbuild ? or what
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"The SIM is built into the iPad2 (at least in the USA...can't speak to other countries).  You buy an AT&T or a Verizon iPad and feed it a credit card to get started with 3G."
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credit card ? just I am asking how can I insert the SIM in to the Ipad2 . I did not find any slot
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Again, a US iPad doesn't have the sim slot.  The sim is built in
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Ok . I manage find from the internet . thank you . there is a tool to romove the  ssim holder to insert the thing
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for the options to connect your IPAD2 to the internet in addition to 3G and WIFI built in adapters, you can use the wifi option to connect to a wifi hot spot where you can use your iphone or laptop as a router then get your ipad connected.
also there is a device called mifi (i heared about it) which has a 3g and work as a router to your ipad
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