WIN! An HTC Sensation, courtesy of UK network Three

IT IS COMPETITION TIME! UK network Three has supplied us with a brand new HTC Sensation to give away to one of you lucky Android fans! Here’s the official promotional text from the network explaining the offer in a little more detail:

The powerful HTC Sensation has something for everyone with its 4.3 inch high resolution touch screen and dual-core processor. Running Android Gingerbread right out of the box, it’s available on contract for just £37 a month with 2000 minutes, 5000 texts and all-you-can-eat data.

To celebrate Three bringing the power of all-you-can-eat data to the HTC Sensation, we’re offering you the chance to get your hands on one. Pre-loaded with a PAYG SIM offering all-you-can-eat data for just £15 a month, you’ll be free to stream, download, tweet and surf the web without ever worrying about the cost – there are literally no limits.

For more details, visit

htc sensation competition

Just answer this question:

What’s the name of the first Android phone made by HTC?

Submit your answer in an email to – we’ll pick one winner at random by generating a random number and picking the email that arrived in that position. As in, number 23 = 23rd email wins. We’ll then contact the winner for their details and forward them to Three which will issue the phone. Simple.

Entrants must live in the UK. The Sensation will be a PAYG model containing a Three SIM, so there’s no point us sending it to another country. Sorry, overseas people. We’ll try to organise a SIM-free compo for you at some point in the future.

Please only submit one entry per email address. Multiple entries will be deleted.

We’ll pick a winner at 9.00pm on Sunday July 24.

10 ResponsesLeave one →

  1. Dan

     /  July 20, 2011

    Pick me! pick me!

    • Gary C

       /  July 20, 2011

      No begging.

      • Dan

         /  July 20, 2011

        I was referring to the Gods of randomness. You need to praise them to increase your chances when entering competitions. Everyone does it surely?

        I’m not mental.

  2. Niels Christiansen

     /  July 20, 2011

    If it can’t be a SIM-free competition, then at least accept entries by anglophiles too. :)

  3. MetalMickey

     /  July 20, 2011

    Wow! How did you manage to blag that one? Must have given 3 a good review ;)
    Not that I have a problem with that, I do want to win it after all :D

  4. Matt

     /  July 20, 2011

    Good luck everyone!

  5. martin

     /  July 20, 2011

    cant decide between the 3210 or the 3310 ;)

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