Used mobile phones could be sold for Palm Pre Plus
20 May 2010 — 2:31 PM
The Palm Pre Plus is to be made available for O2 customers at the end of this month, which could interest those thinking of selling old mobile phones.
From May 28th, the network operator is to carry the handset, which offers a large touchscreen and Palm's webOS, an operating system that is designed for making surfing the net easier.
Customers can also take advantage of a 16MB internal memory and a "sleek" and "intuitive" keyboard design.
Also available from the same date is Palm's Pixi Plus, the manufacturer's thinnest ever phone.
Jon Rubinstein, chairman and chief executive officer of Palm, said: "We are excited to bring Pre Plus and Pixi Plus to the market for O2 customers. With the choice of these two new Palm webOS phones, customers across the UK can stay connected, so they never miss a thing."
O2 recently announced the release of its Simplicity on Pay and Go tariffs, which offer the value of a contract, with the flexibility of a pay-as-you-go deal.
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