Palm Pixi Plus is officially confirmed by AT&T

Palm Pixi Plus is officially confirmed by AT&T
Now that AT&T customers are finally getting their chance in experiencing webOS in the flesh with the recently launched Palm Pre Plus, it looks like the fun will be even more in the coming weeks. We've reported a week back that the Palm Pixi Plus was going to show up its face some time on June 6th alongside the LG Vu Plus – but now it's quite clear that AT&T intends on launching it on that date. Just checking out AT&T's web site right now, it shows the Palm Pixi Plus sitting next to its older brother, but there is still no official word surround pricing – it's actually rumored to become available for $49.99 on-contract after mail-in-rebates. Sporting a somewhat more attractive price point than the Palm Pre Plus, it still pales in comparison to Verizon's offering – but you never know what AT&T can do between now and then. So if a slimmer webOS handset is faintly echoing in your future, it would probably be wise to wait out until then – that's unless you prefer the higher end specs of the Palm Pre Plus.

Palm Pixi Plus GSM Specifications | Hands-on

source: AT&T via PreCentral



1. Gowireless

Posts: 85; Member since: Feb 23, 2010

i dont think this phone will do good at at&t its doing good at verizon well at least at my store the free mifi is a hot selling point at&t and sprint wont offer the free mifi

2. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

Boooo that's like saying uh i don't think this phone (iphone) will do good at verizon it's doing good at AT&T well at least at my store lol. Phone will determine it says regardless of other providers have it

3. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

The Palm phones are doing well with no carrier - the company completely failed with its marketing campaign. It will sell a little better with AT&T's customer base and the phones will appeal to the female populace.

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