T-Mobile has revealed its tariffs for HTC's Desire HD Android smartphone.
The network carries has said that the smartphone will be available for free on a two year contract for £40 per month.
The HTC Desire HD, which was unveiled by the company at an event in London, will run on the latest Android 2.2 'Froyo' OS and will also feature a new version of HTC Sense user interface.
The smartphone, a successor to the popular HTC Desire device, will come with a large 4.3 inch touchscreen, a 1 Ghz processor along with an 8 mega pixel camera with the ability to record high definition videos.
The new HTC Sense UI will come with the promise of faster start-up time and easy navigation.
According to HTC, Sense UI is integrated with Google's Maps service and comes with the ability to stream media to television sets.
HTC has also rolled out a cloud-based service for HTC Desire HD users, called HTCsense.com.
The service allows them to make back-ups of their files and manage their smartphones from the web.
Users will be able to change settings, ringtones, make the phone go on silent mode, locate the device when lost and remotely switch-on the phone.