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Microsoft’s phones for the teens – KIN One and KIN Two will be available from Verizon starting May 6th online and May 13th in stores.
In a presspass, Microsoft has detailed information regarding prices of the two KIN devices. The devices will be available with Verizon in a two contract. The prices are:
- KIN One – $49.99
- KIN TWO – $99.9
The catch here is that buyers will have to subscribe for Verizon’s Nationwide Talk and Email and Web plan. Given the social aspect of the phone, these plans make sense:
- The Nationwide Talk plans begin at $39.99 per month.
- Email and Web for Smartphone plans start at $29.99 for unlimited access, per month.
Engadget has a lengthy hands-on review of both the KIN One and KIN Two.
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