Secure HTC Desire HD deal after selling old mobile phone

6 October 2010 — 12:10 PM

The HD version of the HTC Desire is due out this month

It is now just days until consumers can get their hands on the new HTC Desire HD handset, so selling an old mobile phone may be a priority for many.

Asavin Wattanajantra, writing for CNET UK, notes the device is available to pre-order with Vodafone and will be sent out on October 14th.

There are a range of 18 and 24-month contracts on the table with the network, mostly priced at between £35 and £40.

A two-year deal with 900 minutes, unlimited texts and 750MB of internet data will set customers back £35 a month.

Meanwhile, a year-and-a-half tariff sees people asked to pay £40 for the same allowance.

However, this can be reduced by stumping up a sum of either £99 or £199 upfront – an amount that could be raised by selling an old mobile phone for cash.

HTC promises the new model will offer those who own it a super-fast internet browsing experience as well as a top screen and sound system.

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