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    I read somewhere it would be in the $600-$700 price range...

    Is it really worth it? Sell my 650 and then pay another $350 or $400???
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    If you look at the other handhelds that goes to market initially, that's the initial price. I remember looking at a PPC phone from Sprint just when the Treo 300 was rolling out, the base price was $699 at Fries Electronics.
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    My guess is $650 and I'll pass on it.
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    Early adoptors get to pay a pretty penny to be a beta tester. Sick back and enjoy the 650 for a while longer. You get the double benefit of lower price and better stability.

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    Some people just can't wait. They want to be THE 1st!!
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    Most probably it is going to be $699, but expect deep discounts from carriers, in $200, $250 range, to convince us to sign up to their expensive EVDO plans.
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    I would not pay anymore for a 700W then I did my 650. If BB Connect is launched in 1Q06 any 700W or P is going to have to be a heck of a phone with a compelling value proposition to get me to spend any money on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ash1348
    Most probably it is going to be $699, but expect deep discounts from carriers, in $200, $250 range, to convince us to sign up to their expensive EVDO plans.
    If it was $700, with my NE2, 600 - what I sell my treo650 for (250-300)...just not work it. I may just get the 9800.

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