It's always great to see Android spreading it's robo-love to the smaller guys, and starting today Credo Mobile is carrying the HTC Hero (CDMA). The Hero, running Android 2.1, will be offered at $79.99 with a two year agreement, and plans (voice only) start at $59.99 monthly. Credo Mobile is a small nationwide carrier that uses the Sprint network for voice and data. They pride themselves on their social conscience, and in 2009 the company donated $2,680,211 to nonprofit groups from it's revenue. You can read more about Credo Mobile at the source link, and you can find out everything there is to know about the HTC Hero in our forums. [Credo Mobile] Thanks Nick!
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