Three has confirmed that it will be selling the Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 Windows Phone 8 (WP8) devices soon.
Since the exclusivity contract with EE has come to an end, more operators are likely to stock the gadgets on their shelves.
Customers will not yet be able to take advantage of high-speed 4G networks through Three, but All You Can Eat Data plans will be available.
Owners will therefore be able to browse the web, read emails, stream videos, download music and install apps as much as they like for a set monthly fee.
The flagship Lumia 920 handset sports an impressive 8.7-megapixel camera alongside innovative photography software so users can take fantastic snaps.
Users might share these pictures with loved ones by utilising social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter available on the Windows Store.
Thanks to the Finnish manufacturer's exciting Cinemagraph tool, owners can even bring life to still pictures by adding animation.
Posted by Peter Robinson