With iPads capable of connecting to AT&T's 3G wireless network not expected to hit the market until next week, on April 30, Sprint is looking to piggy-back on Apple's early success by offering up a Sprint's Overdrive costs $100 after rebates, with a two year contract and $60 monthly plan that includes unlimited 4G access and 5GB of 3G bandwidth. On the other hand, Apple's 3G iPad will cost $130 more than the currently available Wi-Fi models but require a month-to-month data plan that can range from $15 to $30, instead of a two-year commitment.