Virgin Media offers 'largest phone on the market'
13 January 2010 — 7:00 PM
Consumers may want to consider mobile recycling in order to upgrade to the HTC HD2 which is being offered by Virgin Media.
The phone is the largest currently available on the market, with a 4.3-inch screen that could allow users to watch videos or browse the internet more easily than on their current handset.
Jonathan Kini, director of mobile at Virgin Media said, "The HTC HD2 is a stunning handset and the first-ever HTC-branded phone ranged by Virgin Media."
He added that the the handset launch will kickstart a new range of high-end mobiles coming to Virgin Media which are "perfect for mobile internet, social networking and entertainment on the go".
Virgin Media is aiming to expand its range of handsets - which currently includes the Samsung Jet and the Nokia N86 - with more high-profile mobile phones.
Vodafone recently dropped the HD2 from its range.
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