HTC might not have officially released the price of its new tablet, the HTC Flyer (reviewed here) in the UK yet, but that hasn't stopped the cheeky chaps at UK mobile operator Three publishing what it is going to be charging for the new 7-inch device.
According to a new catalogue just out, you’ll be able to get the HTC Flyer for £169 when you sign up to a 2 year contract at £25 a month.
For that you’ll get 15GB of data a month - handy for Flash browsing and downloading movies via HTC’s Watch service - letting you surf the web as long as you’ve got Three coverage.
The HTC Flyer is the latest Android tablet to hit the UK and the first from HTC. It’s adapted its Sense User Interface to accommodate the new screen size including a 3G SIM so you can surf on the go.
Other operators, including Vodafone, have confirmed they are stocking the tablet, but have yet to give details on pricing.
Failing that you are able to buy the tablet without contract. Current online prices are around £480.
See what we have to say about the HTC Flyer in our exclusive review