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Nokia Expects MobiTV Take Up By 2008

Nokia Expects MobiTV Take Up By 2008
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Nokia expects a mass take up of mobile TV by 2008. After dozens of trials they expect mobile users will enjoy TV and even pay between 5 to 10 Euros...

Guy Brighton
  • 3 march 2006

Nokia expects a mass take up of mobile TV by 2008. After dozens of trials they expect mobile users will enjoy TV and even pay between 5 to 10 Euros a month for it.

A challenge to the roll out is the MobiTV broadcast standard. Nokia favors the European DVB-H standard, but the preferred frequencies are not available throughout the continent. That means certain countries like Finland, France, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands will get TV faster than other countries.

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