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Topic # 7653 1-May-2006 13:29
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If u are a 3g user, go into vodafone live, click on vodafone music, then Select c4 then click on video archive. Can u now download music videos to ur 3g fone&how much do they cost and are there different video categories or do u have to search by name? or can u only stream the music videos and are they godd quality full screen music videos?

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Reply # 34459 1-May-2006 21:11
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Kelly where have you been for the last 8 months

Do you know they steam prime news live at 5:30PM every day? (about 5 seconds delay)

To stream a video is about 99 cents to download and keep $2.99



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  Reply # 34500 2-May-2006 09:41
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Have you looked at the voda website?

For full pricing details click here.



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  Reply # 34510 2-May-2006 11:35
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I haven't got a 3g phone yet. i use my brothers phone sumtimes. thats why i only found out about the music videos but i didn't go in to look cuz my bro needed his phone back. So has anyone got any screenshots of the music video home page on vodafone3g?

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Reply # 34517 2-May-2006 12:30
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Kelly they just look like a music video playing on a small screen

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