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The Nokia Booklet 3G Drops to $199: I Have No Excuses

Wow, if I weren't already sold on the Nokia Booklet 3G, Best Buy is kicking it up a notch — offering the powerful little netbook for only $200 with a two-year AT&T DataConnect plan.

To bring you up to speed, the Booklet 3G was previously $300 with a contract and $600 without, so that's $100 in savings. And in terms of DataConnect pricing (which is basically pay-as-you-go for laptops), you're looking at around $30 for a week pass and $50 for a month pass. So overall, a pretty good deal if you're ready to make the plunge into the netbook world and like the flexibility of the pay-as-you-go service plans.

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DefyAllLogic DefyAllLogic 7 years
TWO YEAR plan?! that's way more than I'm willing to commit to for a netbook. how is it pay as you go if you're on a 2 year plan? is there more info about the plan out there? how much is it without the plan now? still $600 or $500?
DefyAllLogic DefyAllLogic 7 years
TWO YEAR plan?! that's way more than I'm willing to commit to for a netbook.how is it pay as you go if you're on a 2 year plan? is there more info about the plan out there? how much is it without the plan now? still $600 or $500?
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