FREE TV on your Mobile
7 October 2006 by axxxr
ROK TV,the UK-based mobile communications and entertainment specialist, has launched a free mobile TV service globally.
Following the highly successful launch of the world's first mass-market 2.5G multi-channel mobile TV service over GPRS ROK has now launched the world's first free mainstream mobile TV service, 'FreeBeTV'. Currently offering 4 channels of content - with many more slated in the near future, to include live news, music and sports - FreeBe TV is available via the dedicated link on: www.rok.tv and is compatible with 14 major handsets. FreeBe TV channels are streamed over GPRS to WAP enabled handsets.
The ROK content is free with the service being free from subscription charges of any kind. However, ROK advises consumers to double check with their network operators over any GPRS data-charges that might be incurred. As such, although subscription free, FreeBe TV is principally aimed at people with GPRS data packages in their mobile tariff.
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