Eager to size up Cupertino’s latest tablets on the Now Network? Better call your local retailer — Sprint is now offering the iPad mini and Apple’s 4th generation revision at select brick and mortar locations. Existing smartphone customers who make the trek down to their local mini-mall will be able to add the slates to their account at a discounted rate, scoring a 1GB data plan for $15 per month or 100MB for $10. Sprint will also be enacting a waitlist system for customers who miss out due to the company’s admittedly limited stock, asking customers to purchase a $50 gift card in exchange for a guaranteed device when the next wave of tablets hit stores. Check out the official press release after the break for Sprint’s full announcement.
Update: Looks like Verizon and AT&T have the mini on shelves starting today as well.
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