AT&T to Launch Mobile TV Next Month
AT&T is set to launch its MediaFLO mobile TV network in early February, possibly on Feb. 5. It will include two new channels not available from competitor Verizon Wireless.
Google's Wireless Service to Launch Wednesday
Google is prepared to launch its wireless service as soon as tomorrow, according to the Wall Street Journal. Google's wireless service will rely on the mobile networks operated by Sprint and T-Mobile, in addition to WiFi.
Verizon Begins 'go90' Mobile Video Service Trials
Verizon Communications today plans to launch a trial version of its mobile video service. The trial will be initially offered to existing customers in select, unnamed markets this week, with a full-scale launch planned for later this month or early next month.
AT&T Announces 'DirecTV Now' Internet-Based TV Service
AT&T today announced an over-the-top television service called DirectTV Now. It includes a range of live, streamed television and on-demand content at a variety of price points.
Verizon's Mobile Video Offering to Be Partially Supported
Verizon Wireless is preparing to release an over-the-top mobile video service this summer and it will be supported by sponsored data. This means Verizon's wireless customers will be able to enjoy at least some of the programming without it counting against their monthly data bundle.
what is media flo??
thanks in advance
it will require a special phone and monthly service
and your v3xx will not do it, it lacks the the radio required to see the ...
Where is the list?
What I want to know is what channels are the 'exclusive channels' ... hmm, The Food Network? The History Channel? CNN?