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    Assuming it lives up to all the hype; I'd go as high as $300 with contract, but no more.
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    Definitely no more than $200. I would just feel ripped off if I paid anything more than that. If it does go higher, I would have no problem waiting for the price to drop.
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    I'd pay around $350
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    $199 with contract after rebate.
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    i dont care what the price is 300 400, just give me one. im a premier customer but i dont qualify for my upgrade yet so i will be buying it without contract. Ill be selling my old phone on ebay so it will make up for whatever ridiculous amount i will pay.
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    I'd say about $400. I paid $330 for my Treo 700wx over 2 years ago.
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    I would pay $250 but I would prefer $200
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    $200. If it had more memory or was expandable I might go higher.
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    I'm willing to pay up to $500, but must be unlocked.
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    $300, though I have no doubt that I could haggle it down.

    If I were on AT&T (gag) or T-Mobile, I'd have no qualms with paying $600 for unlocked GSM.
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    Given that I have about 21 months left on my contract, I'll be paying whatever is considered full price for current Sprint customers. Upwards of $500, I suppose. Over $500, I'll have to start thinking harder about it. Over $600, and I'll probably have to sell a kidney or something to make up the difference, but I'll still buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    I'm willing to pay up to $500, but must be unlocked.
    Not possible.
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    It depends on the initial reviews of the product. If the device has somewhat solid reviews and it meets most of the expectations, I would pay $200 to feel like I got a good value. But if the phone exceed expectations (WiMax + any additional features) and it is rock solid, I would gladly hand over $300 and feel like I got a good value.

    The key word here is value
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmack549 View Post
    Not possible.
    How so? Care to explain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wynand32 View Post
    Given that I have about 21 months left on my contract, I'll be paying whatever is considered full price for current Sprint customers. Upwards of $500, I suppose. Over $500, I'll have to start thinking harder about it. Over $600, and I'll probably have to sell a kidney or something to make up the difference, but I'll still buy it.
    You never have to pay list price. They will be on ebay for about $150 above the lowest discounted price withing a few weeks.It maybe $200 more or so if the is a shortage. $150 is the cancellation fee which creates the arbitrage difference on Sprint phones. If best buy discounts are instant it will be a very short time if even BB has 30 day rebates it will be five weeks.

    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    How so? Care to explain?
    What he means is list price will certainly be over $500. There is no downside to Sprint Palm or BB to list price being $700 to $1000 since they don't care if none are sold at list.
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    $400. though i would never say i got a great deal. maybe i would for a 16 or 32G version.
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    ill be buying 2...and I would have no problem paying full price for both...but Sprint has decided to be nice this time to my phone addiction...they're letting me fully upgrade both lines only about 5 months into contract...I usually pay full price because I don't feel like waiting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    How so? Care to explain?

    Sprint/CDMA phones do not use sim cards.
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    300 for me... it is already in my budget, but if the do BB i might say 400
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    Quote Originally Posted by roturn View Post
    Sprint/CDMA phones do not use sim cards.
    I suspect that Toni is saying that she is willing to pay for the unlocked GSM version, whenever it lands.
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