Long forgotten Sprint Palm Pixi is priced at $29.99 no-contract for one day only
0. phoneArena 03 Dec 2011, 10:42 posted on
Yes, it’s one of those long forgotten webOS powered devices that went out like the dodo, but considering that it’s priced at $29.99 no-contract, that’s one tempting price for any smartphone on the market. On top of that, you’re basically getting a no-contract device...
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2. hepresearch (unregistered)
Love it when they advertise everything as unlocked... there is nothing unlocked about Sprint CDMA.
3. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 4713; Member since: 22 Dec 2010)
I wonder how long it will be before we start seeing similar deals for BBs?
4. codymws (Posts: 235; Member since: 17 Jun 2010)
I bought a Palm Pixi Plus for Verizon back in June so I could get on the smartphone unlimited data plan before they stopped offering it.... I bought the Pixi for $29.99 on Amazon.
6. christianqwerty (Posts: 456; Member since: 05 May 2011)
Palm and Blackberry were once the mighty, now they are both dead/ dying. So sad, just goes to show that no brand stays popular forever in the cell phone industry. Android & ios, you too will have your day.
7. Joshing4fun (Posts: 960; Member since: 13 Aug 2010)
Disagree. Palm and BlackBerry had a small "fan base" compared to apple and android. Blackberry failed to evolve, and palm was virtually unknown and had horrible marketing.
8. palmguy (Posts: 122; Member since: 22 Mar 2011)
Smart phone=Palm Pilot That was way back in the day for you young folks.
9. hepresearch (unregistered)
The Palm Pilot never had a phone in it... I owned one. There was some wireless data functionality, but it was awfully slow and tedious to use. Thanks for the compliment on my youthfulness though...
10. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 4713; Member since: 22 Dec 2010)
@palmguy - I think you meant the Treo.... But that was a long time ago.
11. The_Miz (Posts: 1496; Member since: 06 Apr 2011)
Is this supposed to be a discussion or a history lesson? Those phones from yesteryear are practically ancient dinosaurs. They're practically obsolete now.