Vodafone UK is selling the HTC Sensation for free on monthly plans starting at £35 & up
This beauty of a smartphone will no doubt attract customers from all walks of life, especially when it’s priced at free on monthly plans that start at £35, which provides you with 900 anytime minutes, unlimited texts, and 750MB of data. Naturally, the high-end specs in tow undoubtedly complements its overall stature, but we all know that the most up-to-date version of the Sense UI will likely be one of its highlights as well.
Although it’s unlikely to forget about a device of this caliber, the HTC Sensation features a 4.3” touchscreen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8-megapixel auto-focus camera, 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth.
With that in mind, what’s stopping you from picking one up at this point?
1. Johnabis (Posts: 57; Member since: 17 Feb 2011)
someone in the UK buy one and run a quadrant test on it please so we have some accurate benchmarks to compare to the Galaxys2
5. Johnabis (Posts: 57; Member since: 17 Feb 2011)
Did no one from the UK actually get this phone? can't believe the this and the XDA forums aren't blowing up with people who got the phone..
7. cheeseycheeser (Posts: 408; Member since: 24 Mar 2011)
I don't get why American carriers can't adopt a similar pricing structure!!! It makes perfect sense to offer better prices on great devices on more expensive plans! If somebody were to be persuaded to get. More expensive plan for a cheaper price on a better phone, they will make itup fast...
8. sUsPeNc3 (unregistered)
I think it's better the way it is (or I should say it was before). Having expensive plans would not be good because people who don't know how to use a smartphone or don't want to buy an expensive phone wouldn't be happy with an expensive plan. Plus it's much easier to pay $200 for a phone and not worry about it rather than paying $70 - $100 every month as compared to $25 - $60 monthly (in Canada).
You guys in US are still lucky because the contract period is only two years. In Canada, it's 3 years and we can't upgrade within 30 months of a smartphone purchase. That's harsh!
Although, I can't wait for this phone to come to me
10. lizard (unregistered)
im not in UK
could u get it & send it for me:D