Thursday, June 09, 2011

Get HTC ChaCha For Free From Vodafone!

HTC ChaCha The facebook phone.
HTC ChaCha has come to Vodafone and the phone is available for free on select plans. If you live breath and sleep, facebook, then this is the phone for you, your facebook phone, It is not THE facebook phone but comes pretty close to it. The phone comes complete with "f" button below the keyboard to help you with sharing your life away on the facebook.

Press Release;

Share music, photos, location and status updates with a dedicated Facebook button

The HTC ChaCha is available now on Vodafone, bringing an all new mobile experience of Facebook. Featuring a dedicated Facebook button, the HTC ChaCha that lets you share a whole range of things with your friends and family in an instant. Take a photo - straight to Facebook. Make a video - straight to Facebook. Show whatever, whenever, at the touch of a button.

HTC ChaCha's Facebook chat widget also means you can group all your friends together, and see when anyone is online, start a live instant chat and juggle between as many private conversations as you want. Available free on £26, 24 month price plans including 300 minutes, unlimited texts, 750MB of mobile data and 1GB of BT Openzone WiFi allowance, the conversation never ends with HTC ChaCha.

Plus, it has a QWERTY keyboard, 2.6" touchscreen, 5MP rear camera, 0.3MP front camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth.

For more information on the HTC ChaCha, visit the Vodafone online shop

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HTC ChaCha
Free on £26, 24 month price plans
(Including 300 minutes, unlimited texts, 750MB of data and 1GB of BT Openzone WiFi allowance)

Dimensions (mm)
114.4 x 64.6 x 10.7
Weight (g)

Standby time (hours)
GSM Up to 430

3G standby time (hours)
Up to 640 hours

Capacitive touchscreen

800 MHz

Screensize (inches)

Talk time
GSM Up to 450 mins

3G talk time (minutes)
Up to 400 minutes

Internal memory

Operating system
Android 2.4 (Gingerbread)
Vodaphone via Engadget


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