Just to refresh your memory, Vodafone Spain was the first carrier to release the second Android powered handset, the HTC Magic. Now the carrier is starting to spread some Magic throughout Europe with the announcement that on Thursday, its German unit will be the next to release the handset. The cost of the phone can drop as low as one euro if you sign up for the 44.95 euro a month (about $59 US Dollars) service plan for two years. If you want to pay less monthly, you can agree to pay 24.95 euros a month for two years and pay 59.90 euros for the device. Customers will have a choice between a black or white model. We already showed you pictures of the Magic wearing a T-Mobile brand passing through the FCC, so hopefully the phone continues its march over Europe and heads over the ocean to the States soon.
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