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Amazon is now listing subsidized netbooks from wireless carriers. Right now, you can place orders for netbooks from Acer and HP with 3G modems for connecting to the AT&T and Verizon wireless broadband networks. The netbooks will run you about $150 to $200 when you sign up for a long term service contract.

There are also place-holder pages for Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbooks from AT&T, and I imagine as Verizon, AT&T, and possibly T-Mobile continue adding netbooks to their lineups, they’ll be available through Amazon, which gives you a nice one-stop shop to compare 3G enabled netbooks and wireless plans.

via Portable Monkey and Gear Diary

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