T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T will charge $10 per month for Apple Watch cellular service

Yesterday, Apple took to the Steve Jobs Theater stage to introduce several new products to the world. One of them was a Series 3 Watch. The new Apple Watch Series 3 received cellular support, but at the time we did not know what the cost will be to have Apple Watch connected to your cellular service.

Wireless carriers AT&T and Verizon have revealed to The Street that they will charge per month for Apple Watch service. T-Mobile gave confirmation to The Jolt Journal that they will also be charging $10 per month.

For example, if you were to add your iPad to your wireless plan, it costs $10 per month extra. It seems that Apple Watch will receive the same treatment. With iPad on your wireless plan, you get quite a bit out of it, but it will be interesting to see how much of your money’s worth you will get by adding the Apple Watch to your plan.

Currently, we don’t know the pricing for Sprint, but it’s possible that they may also add a $10 per month plan for the Apple Watch.

Hamza Khalid

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