Sprint Announces the HTC Hero
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Required plan is not atleast $100
HTC Hero requires activation on a pricing plan offering unlimited data. Sprintâ€™s Simply EverythingSM plan provides unlimited nationwide calling, texting, e-mail, social networking, Web browsing, GPS navigation, Sprint TV, streaming music, NFL Mobile Live, NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile and much more for only $99.99 per month. Thatâ€™s a savings of $1,200 over two years vs. a comparable AT&T iPhoneÂ® plan2. Sprint Everything Data plans with unlimited messaging and data start at just $69.99 for 450 minutes with unlimited night and weekend calling starting at 7 p.m. (All price plans exclude Sprint surcharges and taxes.)
You can start out with the 450 Everything Plan if you like. It is $69.99/month.
"HTC Hero requires activation on a pricing plan offering unlimited data. Sprintâ€™s Simply EverythingSM plan provides unlimited nationwide calling, texting, e-mail, social networking, Web browsin...
Another phone I will not be able to add to my family plan.
Best of luck getting this...
With prices like these....
its gonna be hard to put up 450 for the Touch Pro 2. Im not saying that I wont put the money. Itll just be a lot harder. I am seriously gonna check out the pre adn android phones....they are a lot cheaper. Othe
For the first time
I was REALLY hoping that this would be a duel announcement like with the Tour.. I would snap this phone up in a heartbeat.
Ah well. I guess I'm getting the Tour unless HTC announces a Verizon Android phone.
No way in hell I'm getting a LOLMotorola
did anyone notice
that it looks alot more rounded like the mytouch...its not as rectangular and agressive as the euro model looks unless the pic is wrong...
I was thinking the exact same thing my friend...
I've been running Hero on my G1 for a while and with it heavily optimized it still is slow. IMO the Rachael or the Galaxy lite is were its going to be at.
It makes some good points about the Qualcomm 528MH...