Verizon Wireless

In the market for a cheap netbook? Then the HP Mini 110 might be for you — depending on your definition of the word cheap. Verizon Wireless is offering the Mini 110 for just $29.99. But there’s a catch: You have to sign up for a 2 year service contract at $60/month to get that price.

In other words, over the course of the contract, the netbook will run you $1470. If you’re in the market for a 3G enabled netbook that can connect to Verizon’s wireless broadband network from virtually anywhere, that’s not a bad deal. But if you just want a WiFi capable netbook you can certainly do a lot better.

via VentureBeat

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6 replies on “Verizon offers the HP Mini 110 for $30 (plus service contract)”

  1. I agree, if one is already ready to pay the monthly fee, it is a true bargain.

    It would be nice to pay the full price on a 3g netbook and have a pay-as-you go connection. It would be like buying a phone and paying for minutes as you use them.

    1. You can. Just buy the CPU then go on a month to month term. NO biggie.

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