It's a sign that you're mobile efforts aren't doing well when even Verizon can't sell the remaining stock of KIN phones; they have to give it all back to Microsoft. At least this phone will be a cheap way for anybody wanting a phone that has all those important features the other smartphones have, except for the fact that it's a failure but I'm sure they know about that already.
They should have sold the phone on a value provider, like virgin mobile or Cricket or some other cheap company.
They would have sold more.
And your suggesting that Microsoft should of sold it to a budget provider? I don't know... I don't think Microsoft and Danger spent hours of research just to make a budget device.
actually they did lol...
It was aimed at avid social networkers... aka tweens... aka got no money... aka this is a budget device.
When first launched they were only $100 and $200. Then the price dropped to $50 and $100... now they are gone.
They tried to take on some big companies and failed.