Vodafone Won’t Sell HTC HD2 To General Consumers

Posted: Dec 14 2009, 5:39am CST | by , Updated: Nov 4 2010, 1:32am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Vodafone has announced that now that its stocks of the HTC HD2 have been use dup it will no longer stock the smartphone for the general customer. Apparently, the phone will be sold still to business users and enterprise customers.

Vodafone offered no official reason as to why it was making this move. The HD2 only launched in November and Vodafone thought it would sell lots of the devices. Presumably, the issue was one of poor sales.

A company source is claimed to have said software glitches are the main reason the device won’t be sold to customers. Vodafone rivals are continuing to sell the HD2.

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