Monday , October 22 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » HTC Wildfire S on Telstra Prepaid now available for $199 from Dick Smith, in store next week

Well it turns out our source was right on the ball when we were given the information last week regarding the HTC Wildfire S launching on Telstra Prepaid and being available at Dick Smith for $199. The device is available for purchase online right now in two colours — dark grey and silver — for $199 a piece. The Wildfire S will be available in store next week.

The Wildfire S features a 3.2-inch HVGA display, 600MHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 850/2100MHz 3G and 5MP Camera w/ Flash — not too shabby for $199. Hit up the source link to head over to Dick Smith.

Source: Dick Smith.

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available from Fone.Zone in store now.

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Erm, our store has been selling them for the past 2 weeks… and we’ve had (pre-paid) stock for about a month now.

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Available to buy online now… Most stores are reporting they will receive stock in-store early next week.

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Not a bad price for the phone really considering that it has Gingerbread on it. I guess the Huawei Sonic is one of its competitors. This could shape up to be a good phone for students because it’s available for a relatively low price without needing to sign up onto a plan.

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Not a bad price for the phone really considering that it has Gingerbread on it. I guess the Huawei Sonic is one of its competitors. This could shape up to be a good phone for students because it’s available for a relatively low price without needing to sign up onto a plan.

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Not a bad price for the phone really considering that it has Gingerbread on it. I guess the Huawei Sonic is one of its competitors. This could shape up to be a good phone for students because it’s available for a relatively low price without needing to sign up onto a plan.

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Not a bad price for the phone really considering that it has Gingerbread on it. I guess the Huawei Sonic is one of its competitors. This could shape up to be a good phone for students because it’s available for a relatively low price without needing to sign up onto a plan.

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