As expected, US wireless carrier Sprint announced today that it will begin selling the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 at a subsidized price to customers that sign up for a 2-year Sprint Mobile Broadband service plan.

The laptop will run $199.99 with a 2 year service contract. That’s about $100 off the base price of the Dell Inspiron Mini 10, but this mdoel also has an internal EV-DO modem, which probably adds a few bucks to the cost.

Sprint is offering the Inspiron Mini 10 at select stores in Minneapolis and St. Paul right now, although I suspect Sprint will begin rolling the offer out in other areas of the country soon.

via Engadget

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