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# 16220 29-Sep-2007 21:10
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did any one else notice this on the vf live menu?

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  # 88692 30-Sep-2007 07:53
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Watch fast food freestyle its brilliant

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  # 88702 30-Sep-2007 12:16
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So am I.. on my iPhone.. hehe


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# 88704 30-Sep-2007 12:26
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I think the original poster mention of youtube is an indication that you can enjoy this feature provided by Vodafone on their handsets directly on their Vodafone live! portal without having to buy a very expensive handset.

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  # 88705 30-Sep-2007 12:27
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hmm not all the youtube videos are on the mobile version. But anything frees good!
Wonder howmuch data is being used for this? hopefully next, free broadband? lol

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  # 88712 30-Sep-2007 12:55
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The mad max one is cool too, now I need some widescreen ones :-)

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  # 88719 30-Sep-2007 13:19
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Now that is a pretty cool feature, I just watched 'Kiwi!'

Being able to choose ones own content is much better than watching the Skytv channel programs that are only 3 minute long reruns.

But this will have a cost, they will be just trailing it for now, offering a tempter to us, just as they did with Skytv.

But I can say I would rather pay $2.50 weeks subscription to YouTube than the current Skytv lineup.

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