Crown Castle Reveals DVB-H Plans, Pricing
Jan 4, 2006, 1:00 PM by (staff)
Crown Castle today announced plans for their American DVB-H network, Modeo. The company will launch 10 video and at least 24 audio channels in select US cities this year. By next year they expect the service to be available in 30 markets. Modeo will cost $7 to $9 per month for audio service and $15 - 20 for complete audio and video access. Nokia, LG, and Samsung have all announced support for DVB-H, which will be used for portable multimedia both in the US as well as Europe and parts of Asia. Verizon has announced they will bring video to mobile phones using FLO, a competing technology from Qualcomm.
Facebook Talks Up Live Audio
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Microsoft Debuts Entry-Level Nokia 130 Handset
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Video Now Playing On Spotify's Android App
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Technical Issue Keeping YouTube Out of T-Mobile's Binge On
T-Mobile introduced Binge On earlier this week, a program that lets customers stream unlimited video over T-Mobile's LTE network without impacting their data plans. The service works with 24 different video providers, with one major exception: YouTube.
i hope cingular adapts this