U.S. Cellular Adds MobiTV to Its Service Offering
Aug 2, 2011, 9:48 AM by Eric M. Zeman
U.S. Cellular today announced that its customers now have access to streamed mobile video content from MobiTV's services. The application can be downloaded directly to customer handsets, which can then be used to stream or cache video content from providers such as ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, The Disney Channel, MTV, Comedy Central and others. Pricing for the service ranges from $4.99/month to $9.99 per month depending on the package(s) chosen. The first handsets able to access this new service are the HTC Desire and the Samsung Mesmerize.
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