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Sunday
Sep272009

Palm Pre for free (only for 72 hours)!

We first broke the news about Walmart with Let'sTalk offering the Pre for $80. But right now Let'sTalk is offering the Palm Pre for even cheaper, free, with cashback and a mail in rebate. Yes, I said for FREE. They list the four steps to make the process possible:

Step 1) Click this link to buy a Palm Pre from LetsTalk. You must click that special link, or no cashback for you.
Step 2) Use coupon code 25RAFPCVER1 at checkout.
Step 3) Fill out our cashback request form. They'll give you $54.99 in cashback, the after-rebate price.
Step 4) We’ll get your cashback out to you before the mail-in rebates arrive. It’s that simple.

This offer only lasts for 72 hours and is currently the best deal yet for a brand new Palm Pre on contract. So get yours while it lasts! Lasts until 5 PM Pacific on September 30.

[Via PhoneCashBack.net]

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Reader Comments (4)

I wonder about this statement on the checkout page...

**Sprint will bill you $36.00 for activation on your first bill ,
and $69.99 per month (plus taxes & fees) each subsequent month.

I get the $36.00, but not the 69.99 per month... I'm already on the Simply Everything Plan.

September 28, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterAdam

sounds to good to be true

September 28, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterT

Has anyone managed to get the Palm Pre yet? I'm a bit sceptical... does it actually work? I agree with T, seems too good to be true!

September 28, 2009 | Unregistered Commentereric

It seems this might be only for new lines of service. Is this true? Can existing Sprint customers get this deal?

September 28, 2009 | Unregistered Commentermatt

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