Mobile phone network Vodafone is now carrying the HTC Android Qwerty keyboard based Desire Z free on a tariff, starting from £35 a month.
The UK version of the America T-Mobile G2 can only be found on Vodafone, where the HTC Desire Z arrives with a 3.7-inch multi-touch screen, a slide out Qwerty keyboard and is powered by a 800Mhz Qualcomm 7230 processor.
HTC's Desire Z ships running Android 2.2 with the HTC Sense overlay to the OS, which has been improved since previous roll-outs and the manufacture now has an accompanying website portal for tracking the mobile if lost.
The Desire Z was launched at the same time as the HTC Desire HD, which has a much larger 4.3-inch screen and the distinct lack of a Qwerty keyboard.
The HTC Desire Z arrives on Vodafone on a £35 a month contract over 24months, which is accompanied by 900 minutes, an unlimited text message bundle and a 500MB data allowance. The phone is also available with Vodafone on a £25 a month contract, only with a cost attached of £199 and for £30 with the price of HTC Desire Z's coming in at £99.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com