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# 40594 1-Sep-2009 11:32
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Awesome ! Check it out on xt network .

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  # 252170 1-Sep-2009 11:43
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so where's more info on what's on it in terms of content?

 
 
 
 


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  # 252188 1-Sep-2009 12:18
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http://www.telecom.co.nz/mobiletv - free until 30th November

Gutted my handset does not support it though (Nokia 5800)



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  # 252199 1-Sep-2009 12:32
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Its free till end november 09 and mostly terestial tv . A search box allows you to search for tv programs that may interest you

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  # 252200 1-Sep-2009 12:34
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Not even Telecom's own R series fone work..




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  # 252219 1-Sep-2009 13:35
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I read somewhere that there are no data charges for this, yet I just got a text stating that I've exceeded 70% of my allowance for the month. Mobile TV is the only data I've used today.

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  # 252263 1-Sep-2009 15:25
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I was on this morning on my Samsung C5220 working like a charm then boom try to go on at school at lunch time and it says sorry you handset is not supported. not happy telecom it looked good. now i'm just pi#*ed off.

 
 
 
 


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  # 252267 1-Sep-2009 15:33
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Wake me when I can use it on iPhone... :)

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  # 252287 1-Sep-2009 16:27
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So is it free or not?
Does it work with "internet.telecom.co.nz" APN or do you have to use another one?

Thanks.

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  # 252294 1-Sep-2009 16:42
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mine was free... until it stopped working

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  # 252296 1-Sep-2009 16:47
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tcpdump: So is it free or not?
Does it work with "internet.telecom.co.nz" APN or do you have to use another one?


I'm not sure whether it's free or not. The usage meter under T-World is not counting it, but the one on Your Telecom is. I received a usage alert stating that I'd gone over 70% of my allocation, but the usage is not showing on my itemised bill.


As for APNs, I didn't need to change anything; I'm using the defaults on my SE W705a (I can't say which APN that default actually is though).

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  # 252308 1-Sep-2009 17:01
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@behodar The usage for the MobileTV service is FREE. This means that the data used as part of this service is not part of your data plan. Not sure why the online usage meter is showing different from T-World but will look into this.

@JarrodM The reason we removed some handsets from the available list was that the quality of video on these handsets was not up to the level we wanted.

You don't need to change any APN settings on your handset to get this service to work.

yes....the iPhone cannot use this service.





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  # 252310 1-Sep-2009 17:03
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 @JarrodM The reason we removed some handsets from the available list was that the quality of video on these handsets was not up to the level we wanted.




You guys must want good quality then. Is there any plans to bring them back?

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  # 252313 1-Sep-2009 17:07
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how about using mobile xt data on a computer?

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  # 252335 1-Sep-2009 17:46
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@bluey, MobileTV is not available on a computer. Only selected handsets.




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