Brand new unlocked Palm Pixi Plus is priced at $79.99 - no contract required

Brand new unlocked Palm Pixi Plus is priced at $79.99 - no contract required
In the past, we’ve seen Verizon’s version of the Palm Pixi Plus getting some remarkable price drops that brought its price to as low as $45 no-contract. Now, it seems like AT&T’s version is heading down the same path since we’re witnessing an extravagant reduction on its price as well.

Naturally, the HP Veer 4G’s arrival on AT&T’s lineup manages to bump the Palm Pixi Plus as being the cutest webOS smartphone on their lineup. However, it’s rather difficult to say why it’s happening, but one web site is selling the unlocked version of the handset for a mere $79.99 – and that doesn’t require any contracts! Maybe it could be due to an abundance of stock, or simply due to the HP Veer 4G’s arrival, but it’s very difficult to not notice the new pricing.

If you’re willing to side with a last generation webOS powered smartphone, then you might as well place an order for yourself seeing that it’s not every day that you find unlocked smartphones selling under the $100 mark. Of course, you'd better make a decision really quick because this sale is available for only today.

source: 1saleaday

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Pixi Plus GSM
  • Display 2.6" 320 x 400 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP
  • Storage 8 GB

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9 Comments

1. pete7625

Posts: 86; Member since: Jul 01, 2010

That's not bad at all!

2. Heatfan316 unregistered

Still won't sell even at that price, webOS is awesome, but the pixie hardware sucks.

4. rican

Posts: 132; Member since: Jul 02, 2011

i wouldnt even buy it for 20, Webos is nice but pixi just fails

5. odemata unregistered

great mobile OS, but poor hardware. I don't know why Google didn't buy it before HP

6. GeckoHA559

Posts: 47; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

Now imagine if they came up with a different model name on launch. Any decent name would have got more sales.

7. pete7625

Posts: 86; Member since: Jul 01, 2010

Yeah, the only problem is the name, it would have sold WAY more if it had a more "neutral" name, lol. Because it really isn't a bad phone!

9. codymws

Posts: 237; Member since: Jun 17, 2010

I had boughten the Verizon version of the Pixi Plus for $30 to get onto the unlimited data plan before they did away with it. I was surprised to find out that Verizon also gave you 5GB of mobile hotspot for free with this phone. Pretty nice phone for being so cheap, but I'm happy to stay with my new Droid Charge. =)

10. dailybargainshop840

Posts: 6; Member since: Jan 08, 2013

Good offer, it's not bad.

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