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Ybuy Lets You Try the New iPad Before You Buy for up to a Month

 |  |  |  |  March 24, 2012


The new iPad (which some people like to call the iPad 3) was released last Friday. Sure, some people are complaining about how the device gets too hot after continuous use, but that still won’t detract tons of people who will eventually get the device.

Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to shell out $499 for even the most basic version of the new iPad. But if they know some people who are current members of Ybuy, a new gadget trial service, then they might be in luck.

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Ybuy will be offering the new iPad for rent, starting on April 1st. To take advantage of the offer, users need to sign up for a subscription, which is $24.95(USD) per month. You can then try it out for a maximum of 30 days before deciding if you want to keep it (therefore, buying it from Ybuy) or return it. Ybuy will be showcasing different gadgets every month, and if you’re interested, then you can place an order and expect your gadget to be shipped to you within days.

The not-so-good news is that Ybuy is currently invitation only, so you’d need an invite from a current user in order to get in on the site. If you’re interested, then you’d better scour your network for people who you can ask to invite you to the service.

[via Phone Arena]



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