HTC HD2 Availble for Free on Some O2 Tariffs

o2-htc-hd2The HTC HD2 was recently launched on to the Vodafone network in the UK costing nothing on a £35/month plan and above. O2 have now started selling the HD2 and offering it for free, but for £45 on their network. The contract might be £10/month more expensive, but the more expensive contract only ties you down to 18 months rather than the 24 months of the Vodafone contract.

The phone it’s self has a very large 4.3 inch touchscreen and the HD2 runs the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system that runs HTC’s own custom Sense UI which actually makes WM6.5 quite good from what reports say.

For connectivity the phone has all the standard features such as HSDPA, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS and Wi-Fi. The camera is capable of capturing images of 5 megapixels and to keep the HD2 running smoothly it has the 1GHz Qualcomm SnapDragon processor inside.

On O2 the phone is available here.

Via: Geeky-Gadgets


  1. Liam Choudry says

    “Available free on some tariffs”.

    Ha! Only the mobile phone industry could get away with saying that. It’s like saying “we’ll give it to you absolutely free, as long as you pay us lots of money.”

    Now that O2 is apparently replacing HTC HD2 handsets that were plagued with the pink aura defect, which puts pink marks on photos you take with the phone, it’ll be interesting to see if Vodafone follows suit, and offers a refund.

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