The relatively budget minded HTC Wildfire is heading to the relatively budget minded carrier, Virgin Mobile UK. The Wildfire is expected to launch in Q3 2010 in European and Asian markets and is a great addition to Virgin Mobile UK's growing stable of Android phones. Virgin Mobile UK focuses a lot on competitively priced pay-as-you-go plans so it leaves no doubt that the Wildfire is targeted for the "entry level" customers. In the UK, Virgin Mobile doesn't actually have their own network (they use T-Mobile as their backbone) but we're sure users will hardly notice. Hey HTC, we wouldn't mind an entry level device on Virgin Mobile US either! [twitter via coolsmartphone]
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