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ajmboy

Ordered a Palm Pre 2 from HP Small Business Store

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I am still waiting for my Palm Pre 2, I ordered it on the 24th from teh HP small business site and thought for sure they would cancel it. I got off the phone with them and they said 2 - 3 weeks and they were still going to honor my purchase! My ship date says 9/16 now. I hope I get it.

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Yesterday I received the official cancellation emailabout my verizon pre 2....looks like I'mstuck on my pixi,not sure what I'mgoing to do. Needed a verizon handset.

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