Palm Pre Now Available for $100

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The official price for for the Palm Pre is $150, but the online retailer is offering this smartphone — the first with Palm’s webOS — for just $100.

In order to get this price, customers need to sign a new two-year service contract with Sprint. No mail-in rebate is required.

Palm PreThis is one of the lowest prices yet for the Pre, which debuted in May at $180 with contract, and recently dropped to $150 with contract.

To place an order, or learn more, go to

An Overview of the Palm Pre and the webOS
The Palm Pre uses Palm’s webOS, the replacement for the venerable Palm OS. This is a new, multi-tasking operating system able to wirelessly synchronize a wide variety of data with online services like Google and Facebook, as well as Microsoft Exchange.

The webOS includes an on-device app store, and a growing collection of third-party software is available.

Read Our Palm Pre ReviewThe Pre itself features a sliding keyboard as well as a multi-touch-capable 3.1-inch display. This device is also equipped with 8 GB of on-board storage (7 GB available to users), Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, and a 3.0 megapixel camera with LED flash.

The exclusive U.S. provider of this smartphone is Sprint, who has added its mobile broadband service EV-DO Rev. A. It’s also available from Bell Canada, who also uses the CDMA standard, so its version has EV-DO as well.

It will debut in Europe from O2 next month.




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