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Three prices up HTC Flyer fondleslab for Brits

Bundles 15GB of 3G data

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Three has priced up HTC's 7in Android tablet, Flyer.

The 3G-enabled fondleslab will set you back £169 plus a commitment to paying a further £31 a month for two years.

The broadband package buys you 15GB of data transfers each month - a "generous" allowance, Three said.

The Flyer sports a 600 x 1024 display, 1.3Mp webcam, 5Mp stills camera and 32GB of Flash storage. It runs HTC's own Sense UI on top of Android 2.3 Gingerbread. ®

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