Nov. 15 Launch Day for Palm Pixi on Sprint
Today Sprint announced that it will begin selling the Palm Pixi on November 15 for $100 after $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year contract. The Pixi is the second handset from Palm to run webOS and comes with a multi-touch screen and QWERTY keyboard for messaging. The Pixi will also feature a new Facebook application that better manages status updates and news feeds. The Pixi will be available online, via telesales, Sprint retail stores and Best Buy, RadioShack and select Wal-mart stores.
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anyone know if this will work on sero
I just did it for 3 sero lines to EPRP family plan.
A phone for Women.
Based solely on my Wife's prerequisites, I think this device will work very well with the female variants of Sprint Wireless. As a male, the name "Pixi" would not be my first choice to tote around town. There are some