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Topic # 24821 3-Aug-2008 22:46
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Now with the help of many users of the iphone 3g,
we can now use it on the daily usage plan, on account or prepay.

However I need help to access the vodafonelive! webpage from my mobile device.
Will need to get into the (vodafone live webpage) to be able to access sky mobile tv,
purchase it, and then to view it.

Without going ontovodafone live webpage the sky mobile tv is unaccessible.

ANY ideas? help?

Thanks in advance :)

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Reply # 153905 3-Aug-2008 22:56
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Vodafone live! is only accessible through some Vodafone certified handsets. It's not avaialble on Windows Mobile devices and the iPhone.

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  Reply # 153921 4-Aug-2008 06:40
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MobileTV is not supported on the iPhone.


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  Reply # 153926 4-Aug-2008 07:58
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The iphone 3g does not have a wap browser standard and was never sold as vodafone live tested or branded.

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  Reply # 154056 4-Aug-2008 16:47
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could we see a 3rd party hack for this in the future? Is it even hackable or does the iphone hardware even support this kind of stuff?

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  Reply # 155003 7-Aug-2008 17:10
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While Vodafone Live! is not avaliable on WIndows Mobile, I got it to work fully, though. (Couple of registry changes did the trick), Mobile TV etc.

However, I don't think its possible with an iPhone, unfortunately. (yet)

BTW, Mauricio.
Would you know why when the imate JasJam windows mobile device was listed on vodafones website. Why was it listed as being able to use Mobile TV and Vodafone Live! etc if it doesnt OTB (out of the box for those who didnt know.)?

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