Hooray for capitalism! Sprint was cool offering Palm Pixi for $US100, until Verizon's Palm Pixi Plus slid underneath them at $US79. Sprint's having none of that, slashing the original Palm Pixi's price to a mere $US50 for new customers, after all of the rebates and contracts and what have you. Remember, the candybar Pixi doesn't have Wi-Fi and has a slightly smaller screen than the Pre, but if you or someone you know isn't quite ready for a big boy phone, a $US50 Pixi could be hard to resist. [Sprint]
Sprint Cuts Palm Pixi's Price To $US50
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