Vodafone will be supplying the Nokia N900 handsets on contract deals from January 2010, it has been revealed.
Though the handset is already available direct through Nokia’s online store, SIM unlocked, Vodafone will offer the well received multi-tasking unit through their network in the new year. The news comes just days after Vodafone dropped the HTC HD2 from their shelves.
Though it loses points for its resistive touchscreen, the Nokia N900 is a sleek slider phone, with a full QWERTY keypad and expandable storage up to a massive 48GB.
It’s set to be a very busy period for Vodafone at the start of the year. Not only do they now have the N900 in their catalogue, but the network provider is also gearing up to sell the iPhone 3GS too.