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Singapore's MobileOne to launch video streaming over 2.5G (GPRS)
Posted on 2-Jun-2003 11:21 | Tags Filed under: News



RCR Wireless News reports that Singapore's MobileOne will launch a video streaming service Monday for its users with Nokia 3650 phones, making it the first operator in Singapore and one of the first in the world to offer the service. The launch follows M1ís video download service launch in March.

The operator said there are more than 20 music videos and movie trailers that customers initially can download from its mobile portal, and the service will eventually include an extensive library of content including cartoons, videos of catwalk models and live news.

Their existing video download (not streaming) service is available at $ 1.04 cents/kb. If this network cost is the same, a 10Mb video streaming would cost around $100 (US$ 58).


More information: http://www.mobileone.com.sg/...




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