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  #252357 1-Sep-2009 18:50
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Where do i get it? I cant find it anywhere :(. want to try it out, I got the inernet working on my 6500 slide finally, (damn french phones. lol) but im glad they give months and months trials but stingy vodafone only give you a week. And BTW, would I have to have certificates to use this service? when i try to use music station on my 6500 I keep getting the certificate errors because it wasnt purchased from vodafone, but vodafone does sell the same model :S




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  #252366 1-Sep-2009 19:12
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do you know if xt will run on my wifes LG GM310f
in the near future?

 
 
 
 


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  #252368 1-Sep-2009 19:14
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What channels are available??

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  #252489 2-Sep-2009 10:49
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c71931f: main page of t world..


I can't see it anywhere.  Is it dependant on the mobile you are using? Which ones are supported?

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  #252491 2-Sep-2009 10:54
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Supported phones are:

Sony Ericsson C510a, W508a, W705a, W995a
Samsung F480, S8300
Nokia E71, E75

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  #252506 2-Sep-2009 11:18
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Great. No mobile TV for me then.

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  #252512 2-Sep-2009 11:29
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Working great on my XT E75. Good quality. Watched some Family Guy and loaded a few others up just to test out.

Couple of buffering issues leading to non start of the stream, but mostly 'just worked'.

No option to go back to portrait mode, which although would be way smaller, would sometimes be way more convenient.







 
 
 
 


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  #252514 2-Sep-2009 11:35
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Can switch between landscape and portrait on my SE W705a.

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  #252570 2-Sep-2009 14:03
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The initial annoucement sounded pretty exciting, enough so it got me thinking, thats worth changing from VF to XT...until I read the details that was...

- It only works on selected handsets...thats enough to put me off straight away, as I may buy a top of the line handset not available through Telecom (such as the N97 or N900) only to find it does not work.

- Its delayed...meh, I want news live, not hours old.

- Pricing is not announced...that leaves a level of uncertaincy, I would be willing to pay a monthly premium for TV 1,2,3 live...but it must be reasonable...it is free-to-air tv after all.

- Selected programs?...WTF!...why not all free-to-all programing?

Vodafones TV selection is just as bad...why do network operators think, that because its a mobile, we only want edited 5-10 clips, or only programs that they choose?

Its disapointing DVB-H has never taken off here in New Zealand.

Meh.
Nothing to see here.




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  #252694 2-Sep-2009 18:37
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Why can't this work on an iPhone?
Also, can you access T-World from an iPhone?

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  #252777 2-Sep-2009 22:42
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Any plans for the iPhone ? Or is it never going to happen ?

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  #252819 3-Sep-2009 08:07
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Its not a bad service for free (at the moment) not sure if I would pay for it in its current implementation.

Worked flawlessly on my E71 and E75

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  #252851 3-Sep-2009 09:59
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This service won't work on iPhone for two reasons.
1. The content discovery mechanism is WAP basedand iPhone does not have a WAP browser
2. The content is encoded in 3GP format which the iPhone does not support.




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  #253126 4-Sep-2009 11:49
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arnies: Why can't this work on an iPhone?
Also, can you access T-World from an iPhone?

A filtered version of T-World is available for non WAP devices via http://pdaportal.telecom.co.nz

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  #253136 4-Sep-2009 12:12
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TheBartender: The initial annoucement sounded pretty exciting, enough so it got me thinking, thats worth changing from VF to XT...until I read the details that was...

- It only works on selected handsets...thats enough to put me off straight away, as I may buy a top of the line handset not available through Telecom (such as the N97 or N900) only to find it does not work.

- Its delayed...meh, I want news live, not hours old.

- Pricing is not announced...that leaves a level of uncertaincy, I would be willing to pay a monthly premium for TV 1,2,3 live...but it must be reasonable...it is free-to-air tv after all.

- Selected programs?...WTF!...why not all free-to-all programing?

Vodafones TV selection is just as bad...why do network operators think, that because its a mobile, we only want edited 5-10 clips, or only programs that they choose?

Its disapointing DVB-H has never taken off here in New Zealand.

Meh.
Nothing to see here.



ummm Sky Sport hello

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