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Topic # 12168 2-Mar-2007 18:25
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Mobile TV on Vodafone 3g streams at 128KB/sec yea???

Assuming this fact is correct, thats 16KB/sec, so that's 960KB per minute, which equals 56.25MB an hour.


So if anyone was to watch mobile TV for an hour, the bandwidth on Vodafones 3g Network would be 56.25MB?

If so, Mobile TV is very cheap at $2.50 considering 3g broadband customers pay $49.95 for 1GB.

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  Reply # 62693 3-Mar-2007 22:02
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Why can't i see everyones replies in this thread? I can only see my initial post and thats all.

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  Reply # 62695 3-Mar-2007 22:49
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They were removed by the authors. Hence why they aren't there...

Or the alternative theory is that brad kidnapped the authors, dragging them out of their homes at 3am on a Saturday morning....




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  Reply # 62703 4-Mar-2007 08:06
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simon14: Mobile TV is very cheap at $2.50 considering 3g broadband customers pay $49.95 for 1GB.


Make that $60 inc GST unless you sign up to a 2year contract.

But being the author of your own content, priceless






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