Virgin to sell Android for first time

Virgin to sell Android for first time
Virgin Media is to stock Android devices for the first time as it looks to attract more affluent customers with higher end handsets.

The MVNO, which runs on the T-Mobile network, has secured LG's first Android device, the InTouch Max GW620, launched this week.

Several more Android devices are planned for the network in Q1, Mobile understands.

The MVNO is also selling HTC's HD2 and the Nokia N97 Mini, and is hoping to add a range of phones that have high data capability over the next few months.

Virgin Media director of mobile Jonathan Kini said: 'The HTC HD2 and our first Android device, the LG InTouch Max, represent a key development for Virgin Media as we bring our customers some of the most sought after handsets on the market.

'We look forward to expanding our handset range in the coming months with more high-end devices perfect for music, video and high-quality browsing, with exceptional tariffs for data and special deals for existing Virgin Media home service customers.'
Written by Mobile Today
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