Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus Available for One Cent at Amazon

Palm Pre Plus on Verizon

If you’re looking for a Palm Pre Plus or Palm Pixi Plus on-contract, you might as well try and find the absolute cheapest (if not free) option to get your hands on one, right? Look no further, I’ve stumbled across a fantastic deal on both the Verizon Pre Plus and Pixi Plus.

The fine folks over at Amazon now have both devices up for grabs… for one cent. Yessir, one cent. Of course, you’ll have to sign up for the standard 2-year agreement, but if that was something you were prepared to do anyway, this is a heck of a deal.

No details on how long this deal is going to last, so I’d check it out sooner than later.

Note: Amazon also has off-contract pricing on the Pre Plus set at $619.99, while the Pixi Plus will set you back $379.99.

[Via: webOSRoundup]

  • Wilma Langfitt

    I have to say that my decision to buy a Palm Pixi with Sprint provider was each a rational and emotional one. I suggest, the Palm Pixi is stunning and functional. And coupled using the assistance quality of Sprint, it seems nothing short of the revolution inside the doing. I feel that Palm and Sprint have (pretty much) hit it off famously. I did a whole lot of investigation just before obtaining the Pixi but overlooked at minimum just one point. The Pixi won’t, yet, enable me synchronize my e-mails concerning it and Outlook. As far as I’m concerned, this really is a drawback I am facing unless Palm comes up which includes a option easily. With my previous SmartPhone running a Windows OS, it was a snap to synchronize e-mails as well as other info with one’s Computer. But Pixi’s inability to do so is doing life a small hard for me because I’ve to Bcc every e-mail, I send out, to my e-mail address and then manually transfer it towards ‘sent’ folder in Outlook. I hope Palm, or at very least a third-party, will come up which has a answer quite quickly that will simply enable me synchronize all my e-mails, and ideally all necessary information, in between the Pixi and my office Personal computer.

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