Verizon lowers Palm Pixi Plus price to $79

Verizon lowers Palm Pixi Plus price to $79
With Verizon's latest BOGO offer already in full swing, one of their latest additions to the lineup is getting a slight price break. Hoping that it will encourage sales, Verizon has gone ahead in reducing the price of the Palm Pixi Plus smartphone by $20 – making it rest comfortably at $79.99 after all the discounts are applied for new customers. It's been less than a month since it first managed to arrive on the scene with it's bigger brother the Palm Pre Plus, but the original $50 price difference separating the two webOS handsets may have swayed some customers to go with the more powerful Palm Pre Plus. Now that it's somewhat more attractive at $79.99, maybe customers won't have that itch to go upgrade and settle for the still capable Palm Pixi Plus. Depending on how things go with this latest move, Big Red may chop it down even more to spur sales of the smartphone.

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source: Verizon via PalmInfocenter


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5 Comments

1. artz1986

Posts: 453; Member since: Mar 11, 2009

First!...wait, I thought this was Engadget...mybad...

2. smrt83

Posts: 15; Member since: Jan 16, 2010

Maybe there's a map for why they're not selling...

4. Fan_of_Fanboys

Posts: 101; Member since: Nov 13, 2008

Yeah b/c they are flying off the shelf at sprint *rolls eyes*

3. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

Palm is dead.

5. Kappy

Posts: 108; Member since: Dec 14, 2009

They probably want to get stock cleared out. If Verizon ordered a lot (wasn't the inital reports something like 400k of both palm phones?) and they aren't selling they want to clear them shits out. The Eris is better than the pixi anyway. Even if the Pixi is a very capable phone.

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