ESPN Lowers Price of MVP, More Phones Coming
Apr 11, 2006, 8:35 PM by (staff)
ESPN Mobile has lowered the price of the MVP (Sanyo 9000) handset to $99. This is down from the $499 price the MVNO launched it with in February. In addition, the phone is now being advertised as available "while supplies last." It is rumored that a new handset will be available as early as June. Other new models are expected later in the year. ESPN's plan prices remain the same, from $35 a month for 100 minutes to $225 per month for 4000. All plans include 35 MB of data for access to Mobile ESPN and other online features.
AT&T Drops BlackBerry Priv Price to $640
BlackBerry said AT&T has lowered the price of the the Priv smartphone by $100. The phone now costs $640 at full retail, instead of $740, or $199 with a two-year contract, instead of $250.
ESPN Pulls Content from YouTube
ESPN today said it has removed all its content from YouTube following the announcement of YouTube Red, a for-pay subscription service that allows ad-free viewing. ESPN's YouTube channel is now devoid of videos.
ESPN Launches ESPN+, a $5-Per-Month Video Service
ESPN today made a new over-the-top video service available to cord-cutters. ESPN+ can be streamed to most devices, including phones, and delivers a selection of live games from MLB, MLS, NHL, and other leagues.
Ting MVNO Lowers Data Pricing
Ting today dropped data prices across the board in order to makes its service more appealing to month-by-month customers. Ting allows users to mix-and-match exactly how many minutes, messages, and megabytes they subscribe to each month.
Too bad NOONE WANTS ESPN
ESPN Deactivation Fee?
New [Sanyo] handsets only?
It sucks to be.....