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HTC Sensation now on sale at Three, O2, and Orange

Our seventh sense is sensing a sensation: the HTC Sensation is free of Vodafone and now on sale at Three, O2 and Orange.

Our seventh sense is sensing a sensation: the HTC Sensation is free of Vodafone and now on sale at Three, O2, and Orange.

The humble looks of the Sensation hide a powerful dual-core processor running Android 2.3 Gingerbread software with added whizziness from a revamped HTC Sense interface. It also has that unique concave screen, with lovely crisp graphics.

Let's start with Three. The magic-numbered network offers the Sensation on the epic One Plan for £37 per month, or £450 for just the phone without a contract.

O2 wants to give you a free Sensation on 24-month contracts of £32 and upwards. It's £150 on the cheapest tariff, £16.50 per month, although that doesn't include data. You can get it on an 18-month contract, but that costs at least £42 per month for a free phone, sans data. It's not available without a contract from O2.

Orange hasn't updated its deals yet, but does list the phone as coming soon. T-Mobile isn't offering the phone at all. Sounds like the boys need to pull their fingers out at Everything Everywhere, the new company mashing Orange and T-Mobile together.

And of course, it's still on sale from Vodafone, for nowt if you choose a contract starting at £34 per month.

You can buy the Sensation on its own and stick your choice of SIM card in -- we recommend Giffgaff, it's well cheap and you get unlimited data -- if you pay £500 up front.

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