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Palm Pre Plus for Verizon sees another price drop

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 May 2010 22:55 User comments (2)

Palm Pre Plus for Verizon sees another price drop Despite the fact that they had already slashed prices on the Palm Pre Plus to very low prices, Verizon has dropped the price on the smartphone again, this time to $30 USD.
Additionally, the Plus comes with free Mobile Hotspot (formerly $30-a-month) and a BOGO (buy-one-get-one-free) option as well.

That's right, so little people want the Palm smartphone that it is being offered at 2 for $30 with free Mobile Hotspot. The Palm Pixi Plus, the little brother of the Pre, is priced at the same point currently but expect the price to drop to $9.99 or lower in the very near future.

Recently, HP agreed to purchase the struggling smartphone maker for $1.2 billion in cash, including assuming Palm's debt.

Palm put itself up for sale in the last two months after it became clear that the company's phones were not selling and it only had enough cash to last the next 12 months. Palm was entertaining offers from HTC, Lenovo, RIM and others before HP swooped in.

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2 user comments

13.5.2010 23:44

$15/e would be about the right price if there was no contract...

24.5.2010 22:12

Originally posted by KillerBug:
$15/e would be about the right price if there was no contract...
you like to troll webos dont you?

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