The Palm Treo 755p Is Finally Available For Verizon Customers

The Treo 755p is the top end of the CDMA Palm OS Treo line-up, and it has been available to Sprint and Alltel customers for months. It is roughly the CDMA equivalent to the GSM Treo 680 that I own. Same basic features and form factor, with some differences – the 755p uses MiniSD, the 680 uses standard SD, for example. It is now available for Verizon’s network for as low as $299.99 with a plan, or $579 without a plan commitment.

If you’re a Palm OS user on the Verizon network, it is certainly worth checking out. I wasn’t sure the 680 would be worth upgrading from my old 650, but the updated form factor really is a noticeable improvement. It has a better ‘hand feel’ than the older models. The 755p is a similar improvement on the older 700p, let alone the old 600.

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