While rumors of software updates for the Microsoft's KIN, Verizon is busy slashing prices on the Windows Phones.
The KIN One has been reduced to $29.99 (from $49.99) and the KIN Two's price has dropped from $99.99 to $49.99. These prices reflect an online discount and requires the standard two-year commitment with Verizon. The pricing also makes the KIN more competitive with similar Feature Phones. All that is needed now is that software update to give the KIN a little more functionality and a lower priced data plan.
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