The announcement of HTC's Wildfire just days ago has now been followed by confirmation that Three UK, T-Mobile UK, and Virgin Mobile will carry the Android 2.1 Wildfire this summer. Engadget reports that the Wildfire will be carried by T-Mobile UK for "£20 ($29) per month price point on two-year contracts."
According to EuroDroid, Virgin Mobile was the first to announce that they would carry the handset, followed by T-Mobile UK and then Three UK. Release details and prices are yet to be announced by Virgin and Three UK, but expect word soon, probably via tweet. Androinica mentions that a tweet from T-Mobile says the phone will launch on June 14th.
In related news, Phandroid reported that HTC's product page for the HTC Wildfire is up and running. Head over to the site here for details on the specs of the phone. Unfortunately, still no word on support for markets outside of the UK.
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