Verizon Announces Palm Pre and Pixi Pricing
Today Verizon Wireless announced how it will be pricing the Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus devices, which go on sale Monday, January 25. The Pre will cost $150 after $100 mail-in rebate, and the Pixi will cost $100 after $100 mail-in rebate. Both devices will require a voice plan (minimum $40/month) and a $30 unlimited data plan. Verizon will be offering a buy-one-get-one promotion until February 14. Customers who buy a Palm Pre Plus or Palm Pixi Plus can buy a Palm Pixi Plus for free (after rebate). Messaging plans are extra. Customers interested in the Mobile HotSpot application, which will allow the Pre and Pixi to act as a wireless data modem, will need to pay an additional $40 premium over the required voice and data plans (totaling at least $110/month).
source: Verizon Wireless
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I kinda like the new 'Take it or Leave It' attitude Verizon has
It's like they're getting sick and tired of dealing with BS and are on the offensive now. Seems like they have their second wind after sending At&t running with their tail tucked between their legs. Definitely the
Palm + Verizon...again?
Does anyone else think...
Could be me, mind you.
I Do Not Understand
Mobile Hotspot Application with Sprint
Secondary lines on a FSP Plan?
(Not I'm not saying Tmobile isn't a quality product, it is... but you're comparing apples to oranges until Tmobile gains marketshare and coverage.
You can get an android phone from T-Mobile for $150 NO MIR and an unlimited plan (unlimited Talk, Text, Data and it includes being able to tether). Nice job big red for yet again ripping people off! Even a Black
Not free, but Not that bad
I'm very happy with this!!