Microsoft's Kin 1 and 2 for Sale May 6 for $50 and $100
Verizon Wireless and Microsoft today provided some more information about the release of Microsoft's Kin 1 and 2 phones. Both phones will be available via Verizon's web site only starting May 6. Availability will follow in Verizon's retail stores starting May 13. The Kin 1 will cost $50 and the Kin 2 will cost $100, both after rebates with new contracts. Both phones require a $40 voice plan and $30 data plan.
Verizon Selling Lumia 735 Starting Today
Verizon Wireless today announced the Microsoft Lumia 735, a low-cost Windows Phone. The 735 includes a 4.7-inch HD screen, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, and 16 GB of storage.
Verizon to Sell BlackBerry Priv Starting Today
Verizon Wireless is now offering the BlackBerry Priv to customers. The device is available for purchase online beginning today, and will reach retail stores March 11.
Lumia 735 Appears In Verizon Retail Stores
The Microsoft Lumia 735 is now available for sale in Verizon Wireless's retail stores. It was previously only available online.
Verizon Trims Store Employees
Verizon Wireless this week let go of an unspecified number of store-based employees around the country. Tim Dubnau, a union representative with the Communications Workers of America, placed the job cuts in the "hundreds or even thousands," but Verizon spokesperson Kin Ancin called that estimate "an exaggeration." According to Dubnau, Verizon combined the previously separate roles of inventory stocker and customer service specialist into one, which is how it trimmed store-based headcount.
Or for $10.00 less you can get a Palm Pre...
This is a friggin pathetic effort. Even for Microsoft standards.
If you want social networks - get one of the smart phones with one of the skins that integrates social networks.
Like say... MotoBlur or TouchFlo...
Doesn't seem to be anything to set "Kin" ahead of...
Not sure about these, kinda the new sidekick
except the thing that made the sidekick such a good deal is the plan it works with and these dont give a better deal, fail Verizon charging the same price for this as a blackberry or droid why would i buy this