Oct 26 2009

Verizon To Keep Offering HP Mini 110 Netbook Broadband Plan

In addition to the HP Mini 311, it is reported that Verizon will continue to sell the HP Mini 110-1046NR netbook for a subsidized cost with the purchase of a two-year Mobile Broadband contract.

The machine runs Windows XP Home in a 1.6 GHz Atom CPU with 1 GB of RAM. It has a 160 GB HDD and a 1024 x 576 pixel screen.

The HP Mini 311, as reported earlier, will go for $250 after a $100 mail-in rebate. The HP Mini 110 netbook will be sold for $200 after the rebate and comes with a 250 MB, $40 monthly plan (with additional megabyte use costing $0.10 each) and a $60 plan offering 5 GB of data use with a $0.05 fee per additional megabyte.

But before you go gung-ho for the Verizon netbook plan, make sure you know what it could cost you.

Via HTLounge.

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