Telefonica owned O2 has announced on its official Twitter account that it will be selling the HTC Desire from the end of the April and has also confirmed that it will not planning to sell the Google Nexus One.
There's already a holding page for the HTC Desire here, one which unlike what we saw at Vodafone, doesn't allow you to pre-register, let alone pre-order one of the phone.
As it stands, all six major mobile phone networks have officially announced the HTC Desire and two of them, O2 and Orange, have yet to provide with more details regarding the tariffs.
3 UK has the most innovative offer on the table giving unlimited texts, unlimited internet, free Skype, 750 minutes and surprise, surprise, unlimited Spotify Premium - worth £10 per month - with the free phone for £35 per month.
Already, the level of competition for the HTC Desire has reached fever pitch with the likes of T-Mobile slashing the already low price of the HTC Desire and offering it for as little as £25 per month on a 18-month contract.
Only Vodafone has confirmed that it will be selling the Google Nexus One in the UK, something that has been quietly pushed down the agenda it seems as company only says that the phone is coming "soon".
A TV Tuner on a smartphone, now that's impressive especially if unlike other Chinese models, you don't need to pull out the antenna like on old AM radio tuners. Good to see that LG is finally bringing some competition out to face the HTC Armada.