O2 unveils Palm Pre price structure
25 September 2009 — 9:57 AM
Those recycling mobile phones have been advised on what they can expect to pay to get their hands on the new Palm Pre.
It was announced this week that, after months of speculation, the smartphone would be made available on October 16th - where it would be exclusive to the O2 network.
The carrier has also put out its pricing structure for the device, which could be of interest to those using mobile recycling as a means to help fund an upgrade to the handset.
Consumers will be able to pick up the Palm Pre for free on 18 and 24-month contracts, with tariffs ranging from £44.05 to £73.41.
This will include unlimited web browsing using HSDPA on the O2 network as well as access to Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation on The Cloud and BT Openzone.
Jon Rubinstein, chairman and chief executive officer of Palm, said: "We look forward to launching Palm Pre with O2 so people in the UK can see firsthand how [the device] offers a new and better smartphone experience."
O2 also boasts the Apple iPhone 3G as a network exclusive.
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