New Sense applications include a newsreader app and widget, an innovative seven-screen ‘helicopter’ thumbnail view for quick and easy access to specific screens, as well as a new widget called ‘HTC Friend Stream’ that seamlessly aggregates users’ social communication including Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr into one organised flow of updates.In fact this social media widget is quite impressive and it really makes it quite simple for you to keep up with what your friends and family are up to.It will be available on the plan for 24 months (minimum total price 60) which includes 300MB of data.HTC Desire will also be available on a range of Telstra Enterprise & Government plans from 27 April.
Telstra Business customers can also purchase HTC Desire.
Prior to joining Telstra, Richard worked with Andersen in Australia.
He has a Bachelor of Laws (majoring in commercial law), and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance & Investment.
Richard played a key role in the services roadmap that complimented Telstra’s award winning Next G network rollout, including delivery of mobile TV, music, user interface and social networking initiatives.
Richard has been with Telstra for more than 10 years, and has held executive positions in a variety of areas across strategy, marketing and product development.