Android 2.1 Hits Cellular South’s HTC Hero
Cellular South, one of the first mobile carriers in the US to carry Android phones is giving the classic HTC Hero the 2.1 update. Their website is showing instructions on how to download the update, and lists all of the features included. The site is pretty detailed so you shouldn’t have a problem.
If you happen to live in Mississippi, USA, and have the opportunity to use Cellular South, check out their unlimited plan. Here’s what the website says about it:
Coupled with Cellular South’s Smartphone Unlimited Plan, the best value for smartphones and the only one of its kind in the wireless industry, the enhanced user experience with the HTC Hero is now more accessible to individuals, families and businesses than ever before. For only $59.98 a month per line for two lines, customers can talk, text, access the mobile web and e-mail without worrying about counting minutes, megabytes or surprise bills.
Not too shabby, eh? Yup. So, Hero owners, how do you like 2.1?
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