Knowing the lackluster performance of Palm’s dynamic duo, the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus did not discourage AT&T from getting the two smartphones. AT&T just announced that it will be releasing the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus with all the goodness of WebOS under its various data plans.
And are these data plans enticing enough to convince you in getting one if not both of these phones? Let’s see. Â AT&T is offering the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus for just $149.99 with $49.99 discount and a $100 mail-in rebate if you opted for a two-year contract. Â You will also get AT&T Wi-Fi access at U.S. hotspots as part of their unlimited data plan.
Both Pre Plus and Pixi Plus will support AT&T services such as AT&T Navigator, AT&T Address Book, YPMobile for finding local businesses. And of course, you’d also get to enjoy the specs and features of both Pre Plus and Pixi Plus smartphones running on Palm webOS. Â Among these features as multitasking on apps, Palm Synergy, unobtrusive notifications, and universal search.
In addition, Palm webOS apps can be integrated into core webOS functionalities includng contacts, layered calendars, notifications and GPS. You might as well add the rich catalog of apps available at the Palm webOS applications store.
So, what will it be? Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus on AT&T or Google Nexus One?
Originally posted on March 22, 2010 @ 6:03 pm