Consumers who trade mobile phones might be tempted by the HTC Desire S when it comes to looking for a replacement.
The good news for such users is that the model is now being stocked by Three, both in store and via its website.
Featuring Android 2.3, a five-megapixel camera, the latest video recording technology and a 1Ghz processor, the phone is the successor to the award-winning HTC Desire.
Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at Three, said: "The One Plan's all-you-can-eat data means you never have to worry about how much web browsing, video streaming and Facebook-ing you do."
People can get their hands on the handset from £30 a month, with a range of payment plans available to suit every budget and many taking advantage of the network's renowned mobile broadband service.
Three recently announced it is also stocking the Samsung Galaxy Mini and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc.
Posted by Simon Thomas