Orange is looking to turn up the heat on its rivals by opening up its Oxford Street store at 7am tomorrow as Windows Phone 7 devices finally launch to the public.
The network has the exclusive on the HTC Mozart, which features a 3.7in screen, 8GB of internal storage and an 8-megapixel camera with auto focus and Xenon flash. The Mozart will be free on £35 per month, 24-month contracts.
Capital FM Breakfast Show presenters Johnny Vaughan and Lisa Snowdon will be on hand to offer prizes to those in store from 10am, as Orange looks to woo customers, the firm said.
If that's not enough to entice customers, every person who buys a Windows Phone 7 at the Oxford Street store tomorrow will receive a free Bluetooth headset whilst stocks last.
Vodafone, meanwhile, has nabbed the rights to two Windows Phone 7 devices, the HTC 7 Trophy and LG Optimus 7.
The Trophy features a 3.8in WVGA touch screen with 480 x 800 resolution, and is powered by a 1GHz processor.
Vodafone will make the Trophy available for free on a £25 per month, 24-month price plan with 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of mobile data.
The LG Optimus 7 also features a 3.8in WVGA capacitive touch screen and a 5-megapixel camera, but comes with 16GB of on-board memory.
The handset will be available free on a £30 per month, 24-month contract including 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of mobile data.
O2, meanwhile, will be flogging the high-end HTC HD7 multimedia device. Users who want to get their hands on the 4.3in beast for free will have to sign their life away to a £40 per month 24-month deal, which will include 900 minutes, unlimited texts and 750MB of data allowance. Alternatively they can splash out on £379 to get a Pay and Go handset.
While Orange claims its store will be the first in the UK to sell Windows Phone 7 devices, however, it would be foolish to think one of its rivals won't play the same trick and open up its stores early doors.
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