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    I don't have an upgrade until December, but I'm jonesing for this phone! Am I looking at $600+?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmack549 View Post
    I don't have an upgrade until December, but I'm jonesing for this phone! Am I looking at $600+?
    seems the most common guess out there is a $550-$600 price point. Could be as much as 700.. who knows. Sprint will likely be subsidizing a pretty large chunk for users to sign up for 2 year contracts.
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    $600 seems about right and is pretty much in line with previous prices from Palm and similarly-spec'ed devices on market. Or, if I were you, I'd wait until December, save some money, and skip over the initial beta testing that folks like me will be doing.
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    But I WANT to be a beta tester! I'm hoping I can find one for around $400 a month or so after release.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmack549 View Post
    I don't have an upgrade until December, but I'm jonesing for this phone! Am I looking at $600+?
    We don't even know the upgrade price let alone the off-contract price. I do imagine though, based on former Treo's that it will be $500-700. Hopefully it woun't be as much as the Touch Pro when that came out at $900.
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    I bet Sprint will offer a break even for customer's not eligible for an upgrade, kinda like AT&T did for the iPhone 3G. Just my guess...
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