Considering the troubles that Palm is going through at the moment and the fact that Radioshack is keen to dump its Palm inventory, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to see that Sprint is now offering its Palm Pixi for free via its online portal. The catch (as there always is one) is that you’ll have to agree to a two-year contract, which probably isn’t too bad if you’re a long term Sprint customer anyways. If you need help deciding whether the Palm Pixi is the phone for you, why not check out our comprehensive Palm Pixi review?
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