iPhone vs Droid vs Palm Pre: The Real Cost
The Verizon Wireless Droid launches on Friday and there has been quite a bit of confusion over just how much the Motorola Droid will actually cost. Several article across the web have apparently accused Verizon of “nickel and diming,” their customers with service fees reports pcworld.
Is the Exchange cost true? But more importantly what people really want to know is how much will the Motorola Droid cost against such smartphones as the Palm Pre or iPhone.
The guys over at pcworld based their cost comparison on an “individual, personal use customer, buying a handset under a new two-year contract”, and assumes the user would want 450 anytime minutes, unlimited internet, and unlimited SMS along with carrier activation fee, and found that the Palm Pre on Sprint comes in the cheapest with estimated plan costs of $1865.75, with the iPhone at $2394.75 and the Droid at a rather large $2634.75, for more hit up the link.