Disney Mobile Starts Sales
Jun 12, 2006, 1:32 PM by (staff)
Disney Mobile today began internet and phones sales of the handsets and service announced in April. Disney Mobile is an MVNO offering a number of services to monitor and control a child's phone usage and whereabouts to US parents. As expected, only the Pantech P100 is available at launch, the LG L200 is expected later. The P100 costs $60 with a 2 year contract, which Disney Mobile is requiring for all signups. Disney is offering family plans that start at $60 per month for 450 minutes and go as high as $250 for 4500 minutes. There are also individual plans for parents who are already locked into contracts. They run between $40 for 400 minutes to $170 for 3500. No prepaid options are available through the service.
Clips, Apple's Video Creation App, Gains Disney Characters
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Google's Family Link App to Help Manage Kid Phones
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MetroPCS Opens Up iPhone Sales Nationwide
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Microsoft Adds Disney Anywhere Content to Movies & TV
Microsoft today announced a new partnership with Disney that adds content from the Disney Movies Anywhere service to Microsoft's Movies & TV video service. Microsoft says users who connect their Microsoft Movies & TV account with a Disney Movies Anywhere account will automatically see content cross-populate their libraries.
T-Mobile Zero-Rates 16 More Services, Bringing Binge On to 100+
T-Mobile today added 16 more video streaming services to its Binge On program, bring the total number of services to over 100. The new video services include ABC, Apple Music, Big Ten Network, CEEK VR, DISH Anywhere, Disney Channel, Disney Jr., Disney XD, D-PAN.TV, DramaFever, FOX NOW, FXNOW, NAT GEO TV, Shalom World, Sioeye, and Tubi TV.
WHEN DID DISNEY START A CELLULAR COMPANY???
did they just put up towers...or do you think it was a long process....???? there must be towers everywhere in the U.S.....??? All these cell companies with towers...must take up a lot of room.....
i dont tooooooo pricey espically with cell taxes and stuff.
I can already see it now!